Cubase 12 does not see my audio interface

For some strange reason on my MacBook Pro 2019 Cubase only sees my Built-in audio driver. I am using a UAD Arrow. Any ideas are certainly welcome. This was never a problem with Cubase 11.

SOLVED. I ended up putting my AirPods in and then setting them to my Sound device on the MacBook. Then, when I went into Cubase it gave me the option of changing the audio device and there it listed the UAD along with all of the other devices (ie Built in, AirPods, aggregate, etc). There must be some other way of changing which audio device is set to Input/Output, but I sure haven’t been able to figure it out.

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Thank you so much for updating this. I’ve been having the exact same issue and the AirPods solution worked for me as well.
Did you ever find the root cause of this? It’s a bit annoying having to connect my AirPods every time I want to switch audio devices in Cubase.

Also, if there are any Cubase devs looking at this, I’ve tried this with 4 different audio interfaces and had the same problem. I’ve used the Native Instruments Komplete Audio 6 MK2, the Focusrite Scarlett 18i8, 2i2, and Clarett+ 4pre. I’m on the latest version of macOS Monterey and have the latest version of Cubase 12. I recently switched from Windows to macOS, and Windows doesn’t have this problem. Not sure if this is just a bug?

Morning Duff,
The same problem still persists as far as I know, and other than the AirPods solution I haven’t found anything else.