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Thread Nuendo 3.2 VST problem...

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GavinMajesty

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1 Posted on 01/10/2006 at 13:23:59
Greetings, i'm new... I'm trying to find help on something that has stopped workflow on my current project dead.


I'm using nuendo 3.2 with an Edirol US25 USB box (Installed it today), Drumkit From Hell Superior, Symphonic Orchestra Gold and several other plugins.


Anyway, my question is.. Today my new interface, the UA25 came due to me replacing my old one. I installed it, it'sgreat, inputs work great, Monitors perfectly.

However, since i installed this, when i try and bounce DKFH Superior tracks it just says "One sample recorded" and the record button goes off the second i hit play.
My other problem is with EW Symphonic orchestra. Since this isntallation, when i try and sample a midi, no sound comes out at all.
I've tried changing my audio driver in Nuendo back to standard ASIO, as well as unplugging the UA25 and still nothing....

My system is a Packard BEll Laptop
1.7ghz Intel
Windows XP SP2

Both libraries are stored on a USB 2.0 external harddrive which has never once hindered my work in anyway (Used this setup for a few months)..

Basically, the UA25 does exactly what i require... a great recording interface, portable but also brilliant for monitoring within Nuendo... But i really don't know what it's done to stop me being able to sample midis.


Any help would be amazing. Thank you.
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