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Your Cubase® Studio by Steve Pacey

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Loading VST Instruments and Setting Up MIDI Outputs

1.
First, make sure that your MIDI keyboard is set to transmit MIDI and that Cubase is set up to receive MIDI, as I described in Chapter 2 for preparing to record on a MIDI track. You should be able to see a flashing MIDI In indicator just to the right of the track display.
2.
From the Devices menu, select VST Instruments. A window should appear containing a virtual empty rack of VST instruments. To select a VST instrument from your Cubase arsenal, click where it displays the words “no instrument”; a pop-up menu appears with a list of choices of VST instruments in your system. Since Embracer is a Cubase synth that comes with Cubase 4, I have chosen it for this example (see Figure 4.1). Once ...

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