In this short post, I will explain how to set up the Behringer X Air Edit so it can utilize stereo aux busses. This can be handy for stereo monitor mixes or using a stereo send – return loop for outboard FX (see my other post Behringer X Air edit
We sometimes like to play in a 12/8 (triplets) time signature and I wanted to sync my Moog Subsequent 37 to the DAW playing (in this simple example) a flat beat.No matter what clock division I tried, I could not get it to work. But I did find a solution
Since the Moog Subsequent 37 does not have any onboard ‘effects’, I figured it would be nice to (at least) have a bit of reverb. After some digging around, I found the TC Electronic Hall Of Fame 2 that was sounding quite nicely and did not cost a fortune.
The other day I got my Moog Subsequent 37 and I first installed the editor (I’m on Windows 10) , made a firmware update and explored bank 1. After a lot of fun, I tried the VST editor but got a message The editor cannot connect to the hardware. Please
This walkthrough is based on Windows 10 with Reason 10 and I’m using the awesome codec from Jäexx that makes the integration much better. It does assume you have some general PC knowledge, so if you are not sure about that I hope you will manage. I can’t give any