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VETTA "Re-amping" application : create patches using CUBASE & SPDIF in/outs ?
by Syllex on 2011-12-01 14:02:39

Hello,

I’d like to use the SPDIF in/out of my Vetta to create patches as Nathan Shane (Vettaville.com) proposes in his « Re-amping application » page (record a lick, play it back and then tweak) . But I don’t know how to do it with my Cubase SX3 and my sound card with SPDIF in/out. Maybe by chance someone could help me !

Thank you !



Re: VETTA "Re-amping" application : create patches using CUBASE & SPDIF in/outs ?
by Line6Don on 2011-12-06 10:36:56

Hey Syllex,

I am not familiar with Nathan Shane's way of creating patches on a Vetta. However it sounds as though the process is to hook up the Vetta;'s SPDIF  output to your a audio interface's SPDIF input. Then use your DAW to record a guitar part, then send it back out from your audio interface's SPDIF output to the Vetta's SPDIF input for playback and tweaking. For specifics on how to configure this within Cubase, refer to our Cubase user manual section on configuring and routing your inputs and outputs.



RE: VETTA "Re-amping" application : create patches using CUBASE & SPDIF in/outs ?
by Line6Don on 2011-12-09 16:42:38

Hey Syllex,

This thread is being closed due to lack of response within 72 hours, since there was no closure to your issue, we’ll open a ticket for you to post to if you have trouble down the line.

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