Is it not possible to record to USB at 192 kHz? It is starting to seem as though that is only available as a USB input, not output, but I can find no documentation that states this clearly and unequivocally.
First you must set the MONTAGE AUDIO I/O Mode to "4 Stereo/44.1-192kHz"
Press [UTILITY] > "Settings" > "Audio I/O"
Once you make a change to the Audio I/O Mode setting, you must reboot the MONTAGE so that it boots up in that configuration.
Connect to your DAW and let it find the MONTAGE
Set the MONTAGE as your Audio Interface, in Cubase that would the VST AUDIO SYSTEM
STUDIO > STUDIO SETUP... > VST AUDIO SYSTEM
In Cubase go to PROJECT > PROJECT SETUP...
Set the RECORD FILE FORMAT = Sample Rate to 192.000kHz
Record to Cubase. You can verify your resulting data by looking in the POOL under audio
PROJECT > POOL
Input and output are confusing terms when the source and destination devices are not spelled out.
USB Input to Montage's "TO HOST" port sent from Computer's USB output.
USB Output from Montage's "TO HOST" port sent to Computer's USB input.
USB Output from Montage's "TO DEVICE" port sent to a Flash/Thumb drive's USB input.
I'm not altogether clear from the original post if "USB input" is Montage's input or the computer's input or a flash drive's input. Not sure if the desired output is a PC's output, a flash drive's output, or Montage's output. Guessing would give me a fairly high probability of getting it wrong.
All examples I have found only showcase recording as 44.1 Khz/24 bits. I want to record WAV audio to USB at 192 kHz.
How do I accomplish this?
I have gone to Settings->Audio I/O and changed the sample rates there, but those are in the “input” section. I do a reboot and my USB output WAV file is still 44.1/24.
So I go into Cubase and change the Yamaha Steinberg USB ASIO rate to the desired 192 kHz. There is no indication regarding whether this is in or out, but the resulting recorded WAV files on the USB are still 44.1/24.