Running High Sierra and 9.5.40. Like my pal Jono, I get an instant crash to the desktop if I press record on an audio track. What I’ve been able to suss out about it:
–If I add a stereo audio track, assign a mono input to it, arm the track, and hit record in the transport, BAM! instant crash to the desktop. (Note: If I made that mistake in the past, I would just end up with a “one-sided” stereo recording.) However, if I add a stereo track and assign a stereo source and attempt to record to it, everything is fine.
–The crash happens ONLY when I have added a “mismatched” (i.e., stereo output / mono input) track to the project first and THEN I try to record to it. If instead I add a “properly matched” audio track first, then add a “mismatched” track subsequent to that, recording to the either track will not cause a crash.
–Lastly, if I have successfully recorded to a mismatched track (as described in bullet 2), then this behavior goes away completely for the rest of the current session. I can create a new song and record to whatever audio tracks I choose (“mismatched” or “matched”) in whatever order without a crash. However, if I restart Cubase, the behavior returns (until I am able to successfully record to a mismatched track as noted in this bullet).
I’ve attached my crash logs. (BTW Martin I am not familiar with “macOS Utility Console > User Reports.” I pulled these from User>Library>Logs>DiagnosticReports)
Cu9-5-4_CrashLogs.zip (145 KB)