How To Rewire Cubase Over LAN

Updated February 21, 2017

Cubase is a audio editing program designed by the Steinberg computer company. With Cubase, you can edit and import audio files directly onto your computer. You are also able to directly upload the data to other users over a local area network, LAN, connection. This is incredibly helpful as it not only allows you to back up tracks, but also share the information with other users and individuals on your network.

Connect the ethernet cable running from your high-speed Internet modem or network hub into the "WAN" port on your computer system.

Launch the Cubase software you have installed, and wait for the audio programming to load onto the screen.

Select the "Options" tab at the top of the screen, and choose the "Export" feature.

Click on "Internet Connection," and select the high-speed LAN connection you are using. Choose "OK" to activate the connection to rewire your Internet hookup in the Cubase software

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