iPad Pro (12.9-inch) (4th Generation), running iOS 15.3.1
I’m having a problem with my project in Cubasis 3.4.3. In the tracks window, the midi tracks are correctly triggering their assigned sound sources in the few apps being used [Korg iM1, Audiokit Digital D1 and Cubasis 3.4.3’s Microsonic drums].
However, in the mixer window, all the channel strips are not reflecting the correct signal for each track.
Several channels are showing no volume signal, even though the sounds are clearly heard. The remaining channels are just the opposite, showing a volume signal, while the sound is not heard. In addition, the faders have absolutely no effect on adjusting the volumes at all.
I tried shutting down and restarting my iPad and then off-loading and reinstalling Cubasis 3, but the results are the same.
•For this exercise, the iPad is the only device being used (no external gear connected).
•The project consists of only midi tracks (no frozen tracks used).
•In the Cubasis track window, the System Info indicates the CPU at 5% and DSP at 15%, while playing the project.
The project was originally a midi file that was created on my early 2009 Mac Pro running OS X El Capitan (10.11.6). I decided to try porting it over to iOS. Through Wi-Fi, I used Dropbox to export the midi file to AudioShare on my iPad Pro. From there, I imported the file into Cubasis 3 (recently updated to vers. 3.4.3). I then assigned the sound sources to the tracks as follows:
Korg iM1 - Tracks 1,2,3,4 & 6
Audiokit D1 - Track 5
Cubasis Microsonic drums - Tracks 7,8,9
•For whatever reason, the sounds from tracks 1 through 4 and 6 are heard, but no signal is indicated in the channel strips.
•Track 5 is silent and no signal is indicated.
•The drums in tracks 7 through 9 are not heard at all, but their channel strips show a signal.
Incidentally, I DID try launching the Korg iM1 app either before or after launching Cubasis. The results are the same.
I prepared a short video to show that, for every track, the faders have no effect on the volumes. I can send it at your request.