What has been improved and resolved in Cubasis 3.2
More New Features in 3.2
CBT-1593 New 32-bit rate project setup option added for mixdown and recording.
CBT-1705 Engine buffering and multicore rendering support on iOS.
CBT-2041 New Arranger Zoom Panel (can be toggled in setup).
CBT-2045 Microsonic and MiniSampler polyphony value can now be set to 1.
CBT-2084 Two additional higher device latency values added to setup.
Inspector, Track list, Arrange Window & Mixer
CBT-117 Follow playhead mode now works as expected.
CBT-281 Using the split tool no longer leads to unwanted volume increase and distortion.
CBT-822 The color status of a frozen MIDI track is now properly updated, when unfreezing the track.
CBT-2166 The inspector panels of frozen tracks are no longer editable.
CBT-1225 Follow playhead mode no longer loses its active state, when reaching the right locator.
CBT-2133 Skip button appears when loading a project, which contains an AU plug-in that takes more than average to load.
CBT-2170 Resolves a naming convention problem when editing events in the arranger.
CBT-1744 New loading bar added for projects that are loaded at app launch.
CBT-1795 Imported MIDI events are no longer renamed to the name of the instrument.
CBT-1907 Global monitoring button is no longer highlighted if there are no tracks available.
CBT-1950 New popup added which lists the app names, when loading a project which contain missing plug-ins.
CBT-1979 A MIDI event which has not been renamed, remains to be named after the instrument.
CBT-1980 The name of a MIDI track which is assigned to Microsonic, will no longer be overwritten when loading a new preset.
CBT-2082 Backups are now properly loaded if a project file is damaged
CBT-2097 Currently loaded AU instruments are no longer replaced, when importing MIDI drum loops from the factory library.
CBT-2113 Misleading popup message after app launch no longer appears, when “Load empty project on next app launch” iOS option has been enabled.
CBT-2115 Resolves a problem where folders are opened when scrolling the automation editor parameter list.
CBT-2207 Freezing a track no longer leads to a resulting audio track with enabled send effects.
CBT-2229 Solves a problem, where tapping on an insert plug-in no longer opens the user interface after effects reordering.
CBT-2289 Resolves a problem, where the project loading popup can appear delayed if the previous project contains many third party apps.
CBT-2294 The MIDI track name is named after the instruments name, as long as it hasn’t been manually renamed by the user.
CBT-1978 Creating a Micrologue ARP preset using the default settings now works as expected.
CBT-999 Micrologue on/off switch state is now properly saved in user presets.
CBT-1178 Resolves various issues, where the Micrologue controls does not match to current preset settings.
CBT-1269 Fixes a problem, where the current effects state of Microlgue is not properly shown.
CBT-2002 Micrologue instrument settings are now properly saved and recalled.
CBT-2070 Tapping a Micrologue knob or switch no longer leads to the knob or switch jumping back.
CBT-2129 The instrument preset list back arrow no longer fails to work after resizing the view.
CBT-2174 Revised Microsonic and MiniSampler attack and release sliders.
CBT-1218 Resolves a problem, where Audio Unit plug-ins still use DSP while being disabled.
CBT-1599 Recording MIDI from 3rd party AU apps such as Velocity Keyboard now works as expected.
CBT-1656 Improved performance when using Audio Unit plug-ins with high CPU utilisation.
CBT-1737 Improved behaviour when loading projects which contain many Audio Unit plug-ins.
CBT-2080 Tempo sync of FabFilter Saturator 2 and Cubasis now works as expected.
CBT-2120 Resolves various issues, where loading Audio Unit plug-ins can render Cubasis unreliable.
CBT-2125 Fixes a problem where the “Audio Unit not found” popup remains visible, while other plug-ins are loading.
CBT-2150 Resolves a rare problem, where loading projects that contain a large number of Audio Unit plug-ins with high CPU utilisation can render Cubasis unreliable.
CBT-2167 Adding an insert effect after a MIDI effect no longer leads to preset selection being ignored.
Real-time time-stretch and pitch-shifting
CBT-610 Various élastique time-stretch and pitch-shift optimisations and improvements.
CBT-1152 Resolves various issues where the use of time-stretch and pitch-shift results in maximum DSP peak.
CBT-612 Addresses several problems where cycle playback of time-stretched audio events can lead to crackling.
CBT-739 Follow playhead mode now works as expected in the MIDI editor.
CBT-754 Various MIDI editor zooming improvements.
CBT-1345 Auto-zoom now behaves as expected, when opening a MIDI event in the editor.
CBT-2111 The MIDI editor now properly remembers the zoom level per event.
CBT-2295 Follow playhead gets disabled in the MIDI editor when scrolling or zooming.
CBT-696 It is no longer possible to accidentally move a project to the factory demos folder.
CBT-1136 Revised share and import popups.
CBT-2085 New projects are now properly saved into current sub folder of projects folder.
CBT-2142 Importing a zip file which contains a project file in a folder now works as expected.
CBT-2161 When move mode is enabled, various buttons which functions are currently unavailable are now disabled.
CBT-1671 Improved popup behaviour and reworked design.
CBT-2107 “Load empty project on next app launch” iOS setting now works as expected.
CBT-1840 The playback of in-app shop demos no longer continues, when switching to other in-app shop pages.
Issues that affect Cubasis for Android only
CBT-2027 Audio output device selection added to setup.
CBT-1757 Addresses an issue, where connecting an audio device could lead to playback problems.
CBT-2023 Fixes a problem, where Cubasis on Android can render unreliable during app launch.
CBT-2127 Fixes a problem, where stopping the playback can randomly render Cubasis unreliable.
CBT-2189 Resolves a problem, where Google accidentally refunds the Micrologue ARP IAP after successful purchase.
CBT-2209 Resolves an issue, where MiniSampler fails to read 32-bit WAV files.
*Since the available features of Cubasis for iOS and Android differ, some of the new features and/or improvements listed, may affect Cubasis for iOS only.