(Thanks Yaz)The Proteus manual is for cubase, of which, I know nothing.
Whichever way round I launch the prgs, I have a different problem. Either I lose channel function on my midi keys, my drivers become swapped or no recording level in n-T.
I think I’m right in guessing that having several instaces of Proteus for each track would waste cpu so I’m trying to configure a multi with little luck. Cheers people.
Best way to use proteus with n is to set it up for one instance - mix to wav rinse repeat.
Sour milk with leprosy, gout and hairy legs:-(
The tortoise wins the race.
Get behind me, jebus
You have to use the multi in Proteus itself, then use different channels for midi notes to send to each instance. The only Proteus plug is on 1 channel in nTrack.
I load up say Acoustic set 1, insdert into all the 16 channels in Proteus, then using different notes on different channels it becomnes a drum machine with Kick, Snare, Hihat, Toms, Cymbals all ran to their own channels and panning. Then I mix down each channel to a seperate wave file for mixdown using the volume controls on the Proteus mixer itself.
Confused yet? I am and I typed it.
Btw, the Proteus comes bundled with the E-Mu soundcards along with Cubase and a couple other limited softwares. Thus the reason for the demo in Cubase.
I’ve only got my eleven year old son’s whitness to this - but. In the wee small hours of a not too distant morning, I’ll swear I had Proteus multi’d into n. Each track set to my mia card and channeled respectively with proteus. Just a basic test build of drums, bass, piano and pad. Can I do it again? No:-(
PS. I think I opened Proteus first, as a standalone.