The V-STUDIO 100 can be used as a control surface and audio interface to Sonar X2 and X1. The following steps will guide you through setting up the V-STUDIO 100 in Sonar X2 and X1.
Note: The V-STUDIO 100 Driver Software must be installed prior to performing the setup below. If you haven't yet installed this driver software, you may download and install the driver for your operating system here:
Sonar X2/X1 Software Setup
- Connect the V-STUDIO 100 to your computer via USB.
- Launch the Sonar software.
- Click on “Edit” at the top of the screen, and then select “Preferences…”
- Audio Setup:
a. Under the "Audio" section on the left panel, click on "Devices".
b. Select "VS-100 IN" and "VS-100 OUT" for both the "Input Devices" and "Output Devices". A check-mark should appear next to each.
c. Click "Apply".
e. Under the "Audio" section on the left panel, click on "Driver Settings".
f. Use the associated drop-down menus to make the following settings:
- Playback Timing Master: “VS-100 OUT”
- Recording Timing Master: “VS-100 IN”
g. Click on "Apply".
- Control Surface Setup:
a. Under the "MIDI" section on the left panel, click on "Devices".
b. Select "Control (VS-100)" for both the "Inputs" and "Outputs". A check-mark should appear next to each.
Note: Do not select "MIDI (VS-100)". Be sure that there are no check-marks next to "MIDI (VS-100)".
c. Click on “Apply”.
d. Under the "MIDI" section on the left panel, click on "Control Surfaces".
e. Click the "Add New Controller/Surface" button to open the “Controller/Surface Settings” dialog.
f. In the “Controller/Surface” box, select “VS-100”.
g. Assign both “Input Port” and “Output Port” to “Control (VS-100)”
h. Click "OK" and then click on "Close" to close the “Controller/Surface Settings” dialog.
The V-STUDIO 100 is now configured to be used with Sonar X2/X1 software.