I have a strange problem - a bit like the one report under “Really annoying bug”. I am running Cubasis 2.0 on and iPad Pro 9.7 and iOS 10, though I think I had the same problem with the previous version of Cubasis. I have loads of free space (over 100GB).
Anyway, on two separate occasions I have had the following problem: I have been recording audio, and frequently recording, deleting, and re-recording small sections of audio trying to get the particular section perfect - i.e. recording and rerecording a bar or two of guitar or vocals multiple times. I delete the take I’m not happy with, re-record, and if I’m still nothappy, I delete and re-record. Etc.
After hours of this, I finally end up with something I’m happy with. I listen back to it - everything plays fine, all is good. I close down Cubasis, thinking that I will return to do the finishing touches a bit later.
However, on opening up the app, I find that all the audio clips are messed up. Everything looks fine - the audio clips look just like they did when I closed the app - but strange things have happened:
1] in some cases, many of the different audio clips in one track have been transformed into the same piece of audio, but of different lengths: so where I had three different audio clips (e.g. of 10 seconds, 5 seconds, and 4 seconds), I have the same piece of audio but just in three different lengths.
2] on some tracks, the order of the audio clips has messed up.
Much of the original audio is in the trash section, but when there are lots and lots of of them, it’s extremely difficult to piece them back together.
The whole thing is extremely frustrating. Any suggestions would be most welcome, because while I love using Cubasis if I can’t trust it to keep the work I’ve done I can’t keep using it. I haven’t tried deleting the app and re-installing yet, as I need to get all the successful projects off the iPad first, but that might be something I should try…