I want to record my output signal comming from my Ivory-Piano-VST.
My Keyboard ist direct connected to the Steinberg Audio-Interface by using the MIDI-connection Interface from the steinberg Audio-Interface. The Steinberg Audio Interface itself is conneted to the computer via USC-C by using the special Yamaha-Steinberg ASIO-Driver. My Piano-VST ist the Synthogy-Ivory II.
But The GigPerformer can only record the input line-signals and not output signals. I do not have such input line signals, because my input signal ist a MIDI-Signal going direkt to the Piano VST.
So I did read your informations about the ASIO2All-driver in combination with the VB-Audio Virtual Cable.
My question: Is it possible to use the Virtual Cable together with the Yamaha-Steinberg-Drive instead of ASIO2All driver, because I cannot use the ASIO2ALL in this configuration?
How can I do that? How can I do my records with GigPerformer?
Since Gig Performer only records the input signal, the only way you can record an output signal from Gig Perfomer using Gig Peformer’s built-in recorder is to use some form of virtual audio application that will route the output signal back to a different set of virtual input channels in Gig Performer—and then you can record those new input channels. You could try the VB-Audio Virtual Cable you mentioned.
IDid install the Virtual Cable Driver, but I cannot connect it to the Steinberg ASIO Driver. So I do not see the Input cannel from Virtual cable in GIgPerformer. It do not work.
May be it would be better, if I use a virtual audio app that works as a plugin in GigPerformer.
Is the Voice Banana or the Mrecorder such a plugin for GigPerformer?
I was talking about physical inputs and outputs. Your interface must have at least a stereo output - if you split and route that with actual cables into a pair of inputs - you’d have your output available for GP to record directly.
I did try it out. My Steinberg UR44-C Audio Interface has a Loopback funktion. If I activate this, the audio signals are routed to the GigPerformer Input channels and can be recorded in GigPerformer now.
But GigPerformer records a separate audio file for each of the two Input channel. And each of the two recorded files is a mono signal wavw file (and not a stereo wave file) and contains complet identical mono audio signals.
How can I record it with GigPerformer as one stereo audio file by using the two inputs 1 and 2?
That’s great. If you are producing a mono signal you wouldn’t need two channels.
If you are producing a stereo signal - you simply drop the recorded files into your DAW and combine them into stereo if you want. Any audio editing tool allows you to combine two signals into a stereo one or split the stereo signal into two mono signals.
For a quick preview - you could use something like Audacity and just drop the two files into it, then select to make stereo track.