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Chapter 4. Recording Audio > Saving VST Connections Settings

Saving VST Connections Settings

When you save a project or create a template, all changes to VST Connections are saved with that template or project. If you quit Cubase without saving a project, or if you create a new Empty project, changes to VST Connections settings are lost. Because of this, if you use a set of inputs and outputs regularly, you may want to save them as a preset in the VST Connections panel. After you create a preset, you can use it to recall all of the settings in the VST Connections panel in any project you create in Cubase.

To save a VST Connections preset

1.
Configure all input and output buses as you want, including names and routing.

Figure 4.15 shows one example of a panel ready to be saved.

Figure 4.15. The VST Connections panel with a fully configured Input panel, including multiple buses all named.


2.
Click the Add (+) button, at the top right of the VST Connections panel (Figure 4.16), to add a preset.

Figure 4.16. Clicking this button will create a new preset.


3.
In the Type in Preset Name dialog box that opens (Figure 4.17), type the name for the preset you want to create.

Figure 4.17. Naming the preset.


4.
Click OK to save the preset name.

The preset will now be available in the drop-down Presets menu at the top right of the VST Connections panel (refer to Figure 4.15).

✓ Tip

  • Another way to add a bus in the VST Connections panel is to right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Mac OS) and select Add Bus in the contextual menu (Figure 4.18). This contextual menu can add stereo, mono, or the surround busses that will be discussed later in this book.

    Figure 4.18. Another way to add a bus, using the contextual menu.


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