How to Record Audio in Cubase LE AI Elements | Getting Started with Cubase LE AI Elements 9

By now you should have your audio hardware set up and ready to go. It’s time to get into recording some audio over the MIDI and Chord Tracks we have already developed. We’ll cover audio recording and run you through the basics on presets so you can start engineering your sound from the get-go.

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  • ProjectX

    I have Cubase LE 8 and I have UR 22 mk II. Seems easy, but… when i record audio tracks with electric guitar or vocals, why i get those clicks and other track to the audio track too!? Leaking… is it wires or should i have closed headphones? what's wrong? Before i have got ridden this problem there is no mean to buy more sophisticated versions..

  • per gunnar Merakerli

    aaahhh. I cannot find anywhere . I take for granted that I can do a recording on a previous recorded track, putting it as a lyer on top, and also be able to listen to the first recorded, as I add the new recording(s) on top of that track. ?

  • Pubbala from customer cares

    Hello please answer this I have been struggling for so long. I need to record my audio through my Lewitt microphone that is connected to the Scarlett solo audio interface which is plugged into my computer via usb. Next, I need to listen to the rap instrumental through my Hyper x cloud headphones which are also connected via usb, will cubase 9 be able to do this for me? Because I have tried Albeton and Fl Studio and they both won't let me have two different devices connected, basically the programs are expecting the microphone and the headphones to come through only one device… when my equipment (being the mic and the headphones) are two different devices

  • Milton Nieves

    So Frustrating!
    I am using a TF5 and trying to record on Cubase AI 9, but I am not able to. For some reason I can't get the cubase program to record in multitrack or to get the entire mix in one channel. I am using a Macbook pro, connecting it by the usb host port on the back of he TF5 directly to the Mac (Do I need to use an interface?) If I go to the settings on the computer it recognizes the yamaha tf 5. On the other hand when I go to the cubase ai 9 program it recognizes the yamaha (if I select it on device set up> vst audio system), but I can only hear one channel from the entire mix that's going into the computer from the TF5. There is no way that I have figured out on how to listen to the rest of the channels. When I put headphones on connected to the computer I can only listen a piano, but there is also a guitar, bass, 4 voices, etc. and they do sound.

    What can I do?

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