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Steinberg Cubase LE 4 Software Setup Guide

Contents:

Cubase LE 4 Installation... 2 Windows XP Installation... 2 Windows Vista Installation... 3 Macintosh Installation.... 5 Setting up Cubase with your Alesis Audio device... 6 General Setup (for all devices).... 6 Alesis IO|2..... 7 Alesis MultiMix USB (1.0) Series Mixers... 7 Alesis MultiMix USB 2.0, MultiMix FireWire, IO|14, and IO|26.. 8 Alesis MasterControl.... 11 Creating a Project.... 16 Registration.... 19 Find and write down your Soft-eLicenser code.. 19 Register Cubase LE 4 with Steinberg... 20 Request an Activation Code for Cubase LE 4.. 21 Activate your installation of Cubase LE 4... 21

Cubase LE 4 Installation

Windows XP Installation
1. Insert the installation DVD into your computers drive. 2. The installer program should automatically launch after a few moments. If it does not open automatically, perform the following: a. Double-click the My Computer icon on your desktop. b. In the window that opens, double-click the disk named, Cubase LE 4. c. In the next window, open the folder titled, Cubase LE 4 for Windows. d. Then, open the application titled, Setup.exe
3. When the installer application opens, click the button labeled Install 4. In the next window, read the End-User License Agreement, and then click the box titled I accept the terms in the License Agreement, then click Next. 5. The next window, titled Install Location, allows you to select the location on your computer that Cubase LE 4 will be installed. In most cases, you should use the default settings which are already selected here, and simply click Next. 6. Then, on the next screen, click Install. 7. A progress bar will be displayed while the installation proceeds. When it is finished, a second installer, the Syncrosoft License Control Setup will open. This application installs the required product registration components onto your computer. When it appears, click Next to proceed. 8. In the next window, read the End-User License Agreement, and then click the box titled I accept the license agreement, then click Next. 9. In the window that appears after the software has been installed, click the box titled Start License Control Center after installation. Then click Finish. 10. The installation process will complete, and the License Control Center Application will open. Proceed to Step 2 of the Registration section below.
Windows Vista Installation
1. Insert the installation DVD into your computers drive. 2. A window titled AutoPlay (Fig. 1) may appear. If it does, double-click Run Autorun.exe
Fig. 1 3. A window titled User Account Control (Fig. 2) may then appear reporting that An unidentified program wants access to your computer. Click Allow.
Fig. 2 4. In the window that opens, double-click the folder titled Cubase LE 4 for Windows. 5. In the next window, double-click the program titled Setup.
6. The Cubase LE 4 installation program will launch. In the window that opens, click Install. 7. In the next window, read the End-User License Agreement, click I accept the terms in the License Agreement, then click Next. 8. The next window, titled Install Location, allows you to select the location on your computer that Cubase LE 4 will be installed. In most cases, you should use the default settings which are already selected here, and simply click Next. 9. Then, on the next screen, click Install. 10. A progress bar will be displayed while the installation proceeds. When it is finished, a second installer, the Syncrosoft License Control Setup will open. This application installs the required product registration components onto your computer. When it appears, click Next to proceed. 11. In the next window, read the End-User License Agreement, click the box titled I accept the license agreement, then click Next. 12. A window titled Windows Security may appear, reporting that Windows cant verify the publisher of this driver software. If this window appears, click Install this driver software anyway. 13. In the window that appears after the software has been installed, click the box titled Start License Control Center after installation. Then click Finish. 14. The installation process will complete, and the License Control Center Application will open. Proceed to Step 2 of the Registration section below.

Macintosh Installation

1. Insert the installation DVD into your computers drive. 2. On the DVD, locate and open the folder, Cubase LE 4 for Mac OS X. Inside, this folder, double-click the Cubase LE 4.mpkg installer package to begin the installation. 3. The following message (Fig. 3) will appear on the screen. Click Continue

Fig. 3 4. This window will close, and Welcome to the Cubase LE 4 Installer will be displayed. Click Continue again. 5. In the next window, read the Software License Agreement, and then click Continue, then click Agree. 6. You will then be asked to select which hard drive you would like to install the Cubase onto. Choose a drive, and click on its name to select it. If you only have only hard disk in your computer, only one option will be presented here. 7. Click Continue, and then click Install. 8. A window titled Authenticate will appear. Enter your Macintosh Username Password and click OK. For help with this password, click the icon in the bottom-left of the window. 9. A progress bar will be displayed while the installation proceeds. When it is finished, the screen will read The Software was installed Successfully. Click the Close button.
Setting up Cubase with your Alesis Audio device
General Setup (for all devices)
1. Connect your USB device to a USB port on your computer. Some Alesis USB audio devices have power cords, and some do not. If your device has a power cord, connect to an electrical outlet, and turn on the device. 2. Launch the Cubase LE 4 application. Windows XP and Vista: Navigate to the Cubase LE 4 application by using the Start menu at the bottom-left of your screen: select Start > Programs > Steinberg Cubase LE 4 > Cubase LE 4. Macintosh: The Cubase LE 4 application is located in the Applications folder on your Hard Disk. Double-click the program to open it.
3. Depending on your computer configuration, the first time you launch Cubase, you may be presented with an error message indicating some problem with the sound setup. By going through this setup guide, and properly setting up Cubase LE 4, any such errors will be resolved. If an error is displayed at startup, click OK to continue. 4. Once Cubase LE 4 is completely started up, select the Devices menu from the top of the screen and choose Device Setup. 5. In the window that opens, select VST Audio System from the left-hand side of the screen. 6. The ASIO Driver field on the right-hand side is where you select the audio input/output device that Cubase LE 4 will use. Below is a list of Alesis Audio interfaces, and the correct ASIO Driver selection for each device for Windows and Macintosh platforms. Make the appropriate ASIO Driver selection for your device.

Alesis Audio Device Windows ASIO Driver Macintosh ASIO Driver MultiMix USB Series. ASIO DirectX Full Duplex Driver. USB Audio CODEC MultiMix USB 2.0 Series. Alesis USB Audio Device. Alesis USB Audio Device MultiMix FireWire Series.Alesis FireWire. Alesis 1394 IO|14 and IO|26 Alesis FireWire Alesis 1394 MasterControl.Alesis FireWire Alesis 1394 IO|2. Alesis IO|2 USB ASIO io|2
When you change the selected ASIO Driver, a window which reads, Do you want to switch the ASIO driver? may appear. If it does, click Switch.

Alesis IO|2

If you are using the Alesis IO|2, click Apply (if available), then OK to close the Device Setup window. Then proceed to the Creating a project section below.
Alesis MultiMix USB (1.0) Series Mixers
If you are using a MultiMix USB Series Mixer on a Windows PC, and have selected ASIO DirectX Full Duplex Driver for the ASIO Driver in the General Setup section of this guide (see above), perform the following: 1. Click ASIO DirectX Full Duplex Driver underneath VST Audio System on the left-hand side of the screen. 2. Then, click the Control Panel button on the right-hand side of the screen. 3. A window will open which has two white rectangular sections. Place an X next to USB Audio CODEC in both the upper and lower sections as (see Fig. 4).
Fig. 4 7. Click OK to close the window. Then, click Apply (if available), then OK to close the Device Setup window. Now proceed to the Creating a project section below.
Alesis MultiMix USB 2.0, MultiMix FireWire, IO|14, and IO|26
Cubase LE 4, by default, starts up with only two inputs enabled, even if you have an 18 input sound card or interface. Before all the inputs will be available to your system, you need to set up your VST Connections. This section of the guide covers several products. Some of the names, titles and images may be slightly different from what you see on your screen, but the set up process remains the same. 1. In Cubase LE 4, click on the Device menu at the top of the screen and select VST Connections. It should look like this (Fig. 5):
Fig. 5 2. Click on Inputs at the top of the window. Youll notice that, under the Inputs, there are only two inputs showing up. Youll need to create a new configuration. 3. Click on the input titled under the Bus Name column and press the backspace key on your keyboard to delete it. The VST connections window should now be empty. Next, you will create Stereo and Mono Input Busses for all of the inputs on your interface. 4. Click on the Add Bus button.
Fig. 6 5. Set Configuration to Stereo (Fig. 6). Below is a list of Alesis interfaces, and the total number of supported stereo inputs. Alesis Audio Device MultiMix 8 USB 2.0 MultiMix 16 USB 2.0 MultiMix 8 FireWire MultiMix 12 FireWire MultiMix 16 FireWire I/O 14 I/O 26 Stereo Input Busses 13

6. Set the Count to match the total number of stereo inputs that your interface supports. Then click OK. Your screen will now look something like this (Fig. 7):

Fig. 7

Now you will configure the Mono inputs for Cubase. 7. Click on Add Bus again. 8. Set Configuration to Mono. Below is a list of Alesis interfaces, and the total number of supported mono inputs. Alesis Audio Device Mono Input Busses MultiMix 8 USB 2.MultiMix 16 USB 2.MultiMix 8 FireWire 10 MultiMix 12 FireWire 14 MultiMix 16 FireWire 18 I/O I/O 26 9. Set the Count to match the total number of mono inputs that your interface supports. Then click OK. If you like, you can rename the inputs in the VST Connections window. It is recommended that you save VST Connections settings so that they may be easily recalled. 10. Click on the Add Preset button (indicated with a red circle below in Fig. 8) to add a preset
Fig. 8 11. Name the preset, and click OK (Fig. 9). Close the VST Connections window.
Fig. 9 Now, all the inputs on your interface will be available to audio tracks you create in Cubase LE 4. 10

Alesis MasterControl

Control surface setup Cubase uses the Mackie Control protocol to communicate with the MasterControl. This configuration must be set up before the MasterControls control surface will begin to work. 1. Ensure that the Cubase / Nuendo preset is selected via the MasterControls LCD screen. Press Preset/Home on the MasterControl and turn the top-right encoder to make this selection. 2. In Cubase LE 4, click on the Device menu and then choose Device Setup. From the top of the menu, click the plus sign. The screen should look like this, with the relevant portion highlit in red (Fig. 10):

Fig. 10

3. Now, choose the Mackie Control. (Do not choose Mackie HUI. HUI devices operate on a different protocol.) Once the Mackie Control is added, assign the MIDI Input and MIDI Output to MasterControl Control Port (Fig. 11):
Fig. 11 Once you do this, the MasterControl is ready for control surface operation.
Audio configuration Cubase LE 4, by default, starts up with only two inputs enabled, even though the MasterControl allows for 26 simultaneous inputs. Before all the inputs will be available to your system, you need to set up your VST Connections. 1. In Cubase LE 4, click on the Device menu at the top of the screen and select VST Connections. It should look like this (Fig. 12):
Fig. 12 2. Click on Inputs at the top of the window. Youll notice that, under the Inputs, there are only two inputs showing up. Youll need to create a new configuration. 3. Click on the input titled under the Bus Name column and press the backspace key on your keyboard to delete it. The VST connections window should now be empty. Next, you will create Stereo and Mono Input Busses for all of the inputs on your interface. 4. Click on the Add Bus button.

Fig. 13 5. Set Configuration to Stereo (Fig. 13).
6. Set the Count to match the total number of stereo inputs that you want to use simultaneously. Then click OK. Your screen will now look something like this (Fig. 14):
Fig. 14 Now you will configure the Mono inputs for Cubase. 7. Click on Add Bus again. 8. Set Configuration to Mono. 9. Set the Count to match the total number of mono inputs that you want to use simultaneously. Then click OK. If you like, you can rename the inputs in the VST Connections window. It is recommended that you save VST Connections settings so that they may be easily recalled.
10. Click on the Add Preset button (indicated with a red circle below in Fig. 15) to add a preset
Fig. 15 11. Name the preset, and click OK (Fig. 16). Close the VST Connections window.
Fig. 16 Now, all the inputs you want to use will be available to audio tracks you create in Cubase LE 4.

Creating a Project

Note: This document is not intended to replace your Cubase Operation Manual (accessable from the Help menu at the top of the screen in Cubase). It is intended to get you started your very first time using Cubase LE, and to help you ensure that your Alesis interface is installed and set up properly. You will need to refer to this additional documentation to learn to make the most of your recording software.
1. To begin using Cubase, select the File menu at the top of the screen and choose New Project. 2. A screen will open asking you to create an Empty project or create one from an existing template. Choose Empty (Fig. 17).
Fig. 17 3. Another window will open asking you to Set Project Folder (Fig. 18). Use the mouse to choose the location on your hard drive where you would like to save the Cubase project you are about to create. If you would like to create a new folder for your project, click Create.
Fig. 18 4. With the desired location highlighted, click the OK button.
You will be presented with a blank project window that is divided into sections. You should see two grey columns on the left and in the middle, and a timeline on the right, with a black ruler over the top. If there is only one grey column click on the first square button in the upper left of your screen to enable it (indicated by a red circle in Fig. 19).

Fig. 19 Hint: The Cubase user interface has many icons and buttons that are not labeled. If you hold your mouse over a button or icon for a few seconds, some text will appear that describes the buttons function. 5. Select the Project menu from the top of the screen and choose Add Track and then Audio (Fig. 20).
Fig. 20 A new Audio track will be created.
Each Audio or MIDI track you create in Cubase has an individual input setting (Figure 12). This setting selects which physical input on your Audio/MIDI interface will be recorded onto that track. Each track also has an individual record enable button (Fig. 21)
6. On the left-hand panel of the Cubase window, select an input for your Audio track (Fig. 21)
Fig. 21 7. Once you have selected the input for your track (Fig. 21) and your track or tracks have been record enabled, you can begin recording by pressing the master Record button which located on the floating Transport Panel at the bottom of the screen (Fig. 19). Important: After recording a track, you need to turn off record enable on that track before you will be able to hear what you have recorded. Having a track record enabled or monitor enabled will sometimes prevent audio that is already on that track from playing back. For further information on recording, mixing and exporting music from Cubase, please refer to the Cubase Operation Manual which was installed along with your Cubase software. You can easily access this documentation from within Cubase by selecting the Help menu at the top of the screen, then Documentation, then choosing either Getting Started, or Operation Manual. The Getting Started guide has three excellent tutorials that will introduce you to many of the functions and operations of the program.

Registration

Cubase LE 4 requires online registration. After finishing installation, you have 30 days or 3000 starts left before you have to register your product.
Find and write down your Soft-eLicenser code
1. Before you begin the registration process, you will need to locate, and write down your Soft-eLicenser number. Along with installing Cubase LE 4, the installer application installed a program called License Control on your computer. This program assigns and manages your Soft-eLicenser number for Cubase LE 4. Navigate to and open the License Control application: Windows XP and Vista: Navigate to the License Control application by using the Start menu at the bottom-left of your screen: select Start > Programs > Syncrosoft > License Control Center.

Macintosh: The License Control application is located in the Applications
folder on your Hard Disk. Double-click the program to open it.
2. In the License Control Center application, the Soft-eLicenser is listed as shown in red in Fig. 20 below. Write down the 20 digit code. You will need it later on in the registration process. Once you have written the Soft-eLicenser code down, close the License Control Center application.

Fig. 22

Register Cubase LE 4 with Steinberg
1. Launch the Cubase LE 4 application. Windows XP and Vista: Navigate to the Cubase LE 4 application by using the Start menu at the bottom-left of your screen: select Start > Programs > Steinberg Cubase LE 4 > Cubase LE 4. Macintosh: The Cubase LE 4 application is located in the Applications folder on your Hard Disk. Double-click the program to open it.
2. When you launch Cubase LE 4 you will be prompted to register. If you have an internet connection, click Register Now. An internet connection is required to register Cubase LE 4. If the program is not registered, it will cease to function after 30 days or 3000 starts. 3. Clicking Register Now will open your web browser, taking you to Steinbergs registration page for Cubase LE 4. Click the link titled Start Cubase LE 4 activation now at the bottom of the page. 4. On the next page, click the link titled Create user account. 5. On the next page, select your country from the drop-down list and then click, Next. Fill in your contact information on the next page, making sure to complete all required fields with a * next to them. Click Create account now. The next page will read Account successfully created, an e-mail has been sent to your e-mail address. 6. Check your email, and look for a new message from MySteinberg with the subject Log into MySteinberg. Open this email, scroll to the bottom, and click the link below the text Please activate your account by clicking on the link below. 7. You will be taken back to the MySteinberg website. Enter the login and password information (which you chose when you created your MySteinberg account) and click Log In. 8. On the next page, under the heading Register a product, click the link titled More. 9. Again, on the next page, under the heading Register a product, click the link titled More. 10. Select Product with Steinberg Key or Soft-eLicenser on the next page, and click Next. 11. Enter the 20-Digit (case-sensitive) Soft-eLicenser code you wrote down earlier into the field titled number* (see Step 2 of the Find and write down your SofteLicenser code section above) 12. Enter Cubase LE 4 into the field titled Please enter a name. 13. Click the Register product(s) button. 14. If you entered your code correctly, the next screen will read The Steinberg Key [YourCodeHere] has been registered, but does not contain any active licenses.

Request an Activation Code for Cubase LE 4
Note: If you are beginning this section of the guide, and are not already logged on to your MySteinberg account, visit https://www.steinberg.net/1069_1.html and log in using the username and password you selected in Steps 3-8 of the Registering Cubase LE 4 with Steinberg section above. Once logged in to your My Steinberg account, proceed with the steps below. 15. Click the link titled Activation & Reactivation on the left-hand side of the page. 16. Then click the link titled Cubase LE 4 on the left-hand side of the page. 17. Under the heading Permanent Activation, click the link titled More. 18. Enter the 20-Digit (case-sensitive) Soft-eLicenser code you wrote down in Step 2 above into the filed titled Soft-eLicenser number 19. In the field titled Hardware Manufacturer, select Alesis from the drop-down menu. 20. Click Request Activation Code. 21. If you entered your code correctly, the next page will read The Soft-Licenser number [YourCodeHere] you just have entered is correct. We have sent an Activation Code for Cubase LE 4 to the email address [YourEmailHere]. 22. Check your email, and look for a new message from Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH with the subject Activation Code Cubase LE 4. Open this email. 23. This email contains your Cubase LE Activation code. Print this email out for your records. You will also need to have this code handy to complete the registration process. Copy the Activation Code by highlighting the text the email with your mouse, then select the Edit menu at the top of the screen and choose Copy.
Activate your installation of Cubase LE 4
24. Launch the License Control application by following the instructions from Step 1 of the Registration Section above. 25. Select the Wizards menu at the top of the screen, and choose License Download. 26. When License Download Wizard opens, click Next. 27. In the next window, enter the 32-Digit (case-sensitive) Activation code from the email you just received. If you copied the text from your email in Step 23 above, you can use the paste command to enter it all at once. Click on the first white field at the top of the screen, and type [Ctrl+V] on Windows, or [Apple+V] on the Macintosh to paste the text you copied earlier. 28. Once the Activation code has been entered, click Enter, then lick Next. 29. On the next page, click Start. 30. The License Download process will begin, and a progress bar will be displayed on the screen. When the process is finished, a window will appear indicating that the process has completed. Click OK to close this window, then click Finish to close the License Download Wizard. You will be returned to the License Control Center. 31. Close the License Control Center.

7-51-0274-B. November 10, 2008. Alesis, LLC. All rights reserved.

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Cubase LE4

Quick Start Guide
This chapter explains basic operations for using the unit with Cubase LE4. This explanation is not intended to replace the users manual for Cubase LE4. Also, since Cubase LE4 is a product provided by Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH, it is not supported by TASCAM. Please use the Cubase LE4 Help menu (and access the PDF manuals) for information about how to use this software.
2 Click the Install button.

Installing Cubase LE4

1 Insert the Cubase LE4 DVD-ROM into the
DVD-ROM drive on your computer. The system displays the language selection screen (below). Select the language you prefer. If this language screen does not appear automatically, do the following: Windows: Run the Setup.exe program in the \Cubase LE4 for Windows directory on the DVD-ROM. Mac: Run the Cubase LE4.mpkg program in the Cubase LE 4 for Mac OS X on the DVD-ROM.
3 The system displays the License
Agreement for end users. Read the contents, then select I accept the terms in the License Agreement if you agree to the terms. Click the Next button.
4 The system displays the installation destination screen. Browse and specify the destination for installation, then click the Next button.
5 The system displays a screen indicating
that it is ready to install the application. Click the Install button.
6 Syncrosoft installer starts. Select a
language for the installation process.

TASCAM Cubase LE4

7 The system displays the Syncrosoft
Welcome screen. Click the Next button to start the installation.
9 A screen appears to confirm that you
want to close the Synchrosoft installer. Press the Finish button.
8 The system displays the License
Agreement for end users. Read the contents, then select I accept the license agreement if you agree to the terms. Click the Next button.
10 The Cubase LE4 installer automatically

starts following this.

11 When the installation completes, press
the Finish button to close the installer.
Cubase LE 4 can be used for 30 days (or launched 3000 times) in demo mode until it becomes disabled. If you want to continue to use it for a long time please refer to the Getting Started Guide on the DVD-ROM and register your program.
Recording with Cubase LE4
The settings in Cubase LE4 are the same in Windows XP, Windows Vista and Mac OS X. The screens in the example below are from using a US-144MKII with Windows XP.
3 Click US-122MKII/US-144MKII on the
left side of the Device Setup window and confirm that the I/O ports are set to US-144MKII ports. Then, click OK to close the window.

Preparation

1 aunch Cubase LE4 and select Device L
Setup from the Devices menu.
4 Select VST Connections from the

Devices menu.

5 Confirm that the Device Port is set to 2 lick VST Audio System on the left C
side of the Device Setup window. Set the ASIO Driver item on the right to US-122MKII/US-144MKII. US-144MKII on both the Input and Output tabs.

Recording

1 Click the Edit Channel Settings button
for the track you want to record to open the Channel Setting window. Then, specify the desired input bus in the Input field located in the upper-right corner.
6 Select New Project from the File menu.
2 Click the REC FUNCTION button to turn
it on (the button indicator will light).
A window appears that allows you to select a template for the new project. Choose the template that you want and click the OK button. Next, the Set Project Folder window appears. Select the folder where you want to save the project and click the OK button to complete creation of a new project.
If you choose the Empty template, use the Add Track item from the Project menu to add audio tracks.

3 Press the

(REC) button in the transport section to start recording.
4 When you finish recording, press the
(STOP) button, then click the REC FUNCTION button to turn it off (the button indicator will turn off). Rewind if necessary.
5 Repeat steps 1, 2, and 3 to overdub additional tracks.

Troubleshooting

This chapter answers frequently asked questions related to recording with Cubase LE4.

Mixdown

1 Move the left and right locators to specify the region that you want to mix down.
Q1. I think I have configured the input settings properly, but I see no activity on the audio track's meter.

A1. Make sure that the Monitor button of the

track is enabled.

2 From the File menu, choose Export >

Audio Mixdown.

Q2. I would like to record two channels simultaneously in stereo.
A2. efore you record, choose Stereo track(s) B
or add Audio track(s) as Stereo. In this case, the track input is indicated as Stereo in or something similar.
3 In the Export Audio Mixdown dialog box,
make the desired settings, then press the Export button.
Q3. I am trying to use the EQ, but it does not seem to do anything.
A3. Check the VST channel setting or other
settings to make sure that EQ bypass is disabled.
Q4. tried to mix down a threeI minute song, but could mix only ten seconds.
Q7. I have connected an audio source to the Unit, but cannot hear anything.
A4. Make sure that the region specified by
the left and right locators is set to three minutes or longer.
A7. Make sure that the input level is raised
appropriately. When a signal is being input, the Gain indicator will light up green. Make sure that the monitor (or headphone) level is raised, and that the connections are correct.
Q5. I cannot set the locator region to more than ten minutes.
A5. The default setting is ten minutes. From
the Project menu, choose Project Setup and then change the Length field.
Q8. he sound is distorted. T
A8. Make sure that the signal is not overloading. If the signal is analog, the ideal level is when the Gain indicator lights up red occasionally.
Q6. burned a CD using the WAV I file I mixed down, but the speed is obviously different.
Q9. I tried to change the sample rate in the Control Panel, but could not.
A9. If a valid signal is plugged into the Units
digital input, and the Sample Clock Source menu has been set to Automatic, the Unit will always run at the sample rate received at its digital input. To run at a different sample rate while continuing to receive digital audio, you must change the sample rate of the device that is sending the digital signal. If you do not need to continue to receive digital audio, you can set the Sample Clock Source menu to Internal or simply unplug the cable connected to the digital input.

A6. Could the sampling rate of your project be
set to 48 kHz? If your ultimate objective is to create a CD, TASCAM recommends that the sampling rate be set to 44.1 kHz from the beginning.
To specify the sampling rate, choose Project Settings from the Project menu, then set the sampling rate to 44.100 kHz.

Trademarks

TASCAM is a registered trademark of TEAC Corporation. Microsoft, Windows, Windows XP, and Windows Vista are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Macintosh, Mac OS and Mac OS X are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Cubase and VST are registered trademarks of Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH. ASIO is a trademark of Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH. Other company names, product names and logos in this document are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

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