Basically I’m trying to host Komplete Kontrol in GigPerformer at a very low latency and then record that into Cubase on the Inputs 3/4. I was messing around with everything and I am pretty sure it worked earlier, but for some reason I don’t get any audio in Cubase and I have no idea what I did to make it break.
Can anybody share some light on what I am missing here?
Well, looking at this screenshot and your description, I assume that you have your audio interface configured so that anything being sent OUT on channels 1/2 are arriving back into your interface on channels 3/4. Is that correct?
worth to mention here: since the update to GP 4.5, has GP also an onboard recording feature.
i map the REC buttun to my HW Midi controller, and find that approach to do recordings even better working for me. Its so simple, so quick, and works so “on the fly”.
so, i would record from GP, just using it standalone. No other app involved.
The file is then to find in GPs “recording” folder. Then drag it from there, to where you need it.
To notes here: allways set up the recording setup in GP BEVORE using such HW controlled -on the fly- approach. (settings will remain, per GP instance)
especially to notes:
working this way, you can vary => what exactly gets recorded !
Example: record *without" Reverb or other stuff like comps etc,
but listen to the full deal while playing. ( with sayed low latency )
One can also create a multitrack recording.
record it wet, record it dry, etc. at the same time ( just: all has to be routed to outputs within GP, thats it (plus the settings to do) / its very simple to understand ).
Well, with GP, you could do the same “dry” recording (-while listening wet-) approach as easy, while sending “the dry” to the DAW.
But GP “intern-REC” wins, when several setup variations should be recordet in one take.