Setting Up the Audio Input Plug-in


  1. Select File > Preferences > VST Audio Connections.
  2. Set the Audio Device to ASIO.
  3. Select the ASIO Plug-ins tab.
  4. Select the channels to be used for device input, and optionally name them.
  5. In the top effect slot of the Effects pane of the Master Section window, select the Audio Input plug-in from the ASIO submenu.
  6. In the Audio Input plug-in window, set the number of inputs and the sample rate.

    You have to match the number of inputs in the VST Audio Connections tab to the number of inputs selected here.

  7. Start playback.

    The cursor does not move, but the Play button is lit and you can now monitor the input source. Pressing Stop ends input monitoring.

  8. If you change the settings in the control panel, click Stop, and restart playback to apply them.
  9. In the Master Section, click Render.
  10. Select a name, an audio format, and a location for the file to be rendered.
  11. Click Start.

    Recording/rendering starts, recording the external input from the output of the Master Section, including all real-time processing. You can monitor the recording as it happens.

  12. Click Stop to stop the recording/rendering.