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    How to use X32 as, out of the box mixer with Cubase 6.5?

    I would realy like to do my mix, out of the box, with my new Behringer X32.
    I'm using Cubase Artist 6.5, and i have found out og routing my 27 channels to the X32.
    But i can't find out, how to route a stereo signal back to Cubase again.
    Last edited by Joern Langhoff; 11-09-2012 at 04:40 AM.

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    Roblof
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    While it's possible to route the stereo signal back to the daw I found it more easier to use the 2-track usb recorder and then pop the stick back into the computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JornDyt View Post
    I would realy like to do my mix, out of the box, with my new Behringer X32.
    I'm using Cubase Artist 6.5, and i have found out og routing my 27 channels to the X32.
    But i can't find out, how to route a stereo signal back to Cubase again.
    Hi,
    To route your mix back to Cubase (or any DAW), you need to go to the "card out" tab of the ROUTING menu. From here, for one of your banks of 8 outputs to the DAW, you can choose "Out 1-8" or "Out 9-16".
    When using these options, "Out" is referring to whatever you have assigned on the "analog out" page of the routing menu. So if you route your main mix to the first two analog outputs and then select "Out 1-8" for the first set of Card outputs, your main mix should show up on your first two inputs to Cubase. Hope it helps!

    Best,
    John DiNicola
    Senior Specialist, Product Support
    MUSIC Group
    BEHRINGER

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    Hi, and thank you very much!

    I have set X32 to 8 in and 32 out

    In Cubase I've set Stereo Out to ch. 31 + 32, so I still have 30 channels to route into X32

    And I then made a new Stereo Track with Stereo In to Stereo Out.

    Then iI can Record all my tracks with my settings in X32 to that track.

    Works really fine ... Thank You.

    Best
    Jørn Langhoff

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