Having solved my percussion problem, I decided to write a piece using it. I'm doing a course on Cubase (just started) and so I decided to try writing a piece in the program.
As you Cubasers know, when you've got a soundfile in Cubase you get a channel, with a little slider. You also get a little E in a circle which, when clicked, brings up a window with an EQ in it and, to the left, all the inserts boxes. Or at least it used to. Mr. Dumbass here has managed to click on SOMETHING, I've no idea what or where, that means it doesn't show up any more. Which means I can't try out editing/mixing any more because using that window was all I'd been taught thus far.
Please, how do I get it to reappear again? I click the little circled E these days, it changes colour (which is correct) but the EQ and everything window no longer shows. I've minimised my main window and looked all around the Cubase blank, black screen but there's no other windows there.
What have I done to it? Where's it gone - and How do I get it back again? P:lease?
Not sure what's going on with your setup, but maybe try the following:
Click on the "e" so it's highlighted and "open". Now, when you check the "Windows(1)" dropdown menu (between Devices and Help), do you see an entry in your windows list toward the bottom for "VST Audio Channel Settings"?
If so, try opening up the Windows(1)->Windows... menu, select the "VST Audio Channel Settings" entry and try clicking Restore, OK, or Activate to see if you can restore your window.
Don Kim said:
Thanks - that's solved the problem nicely. All is back in place - PHEW!!
Now all I have to do is get the hang of writing decent music.......
Yours harmoniously (well, my dog sings along with it!)