Thank you very much for your valuable feedback about our recent Cubasis 3.5 release so far.
Update Feb 7, 2023
Please note that Cubasis 3.5.1 has been released today.
For the complete list of new features, improvements, issues and solutions in Cubasis 3.5.1, please read here.
Below please find the summary of known issues, which have been reported by our users, alongside additional information what you can do when experiencing the problems yourself, and what will happen from here.
We hope that this information is of additional help for you.
We are sorry about the inconvenience, and will try our best to soon resolve the issues in an upcoming maintenance update release (which might address other additional issues as well).
& warm greetings,
CBT-3453 Zooming doesn’t work when creating a new or opening a recent project
Several users reported the issue that zooming no longer works after creating or opening a Cubasis project right after launching Cubasis. Move the zoom panel’s slider in the bottom right corner to immediately resolve the problem. If the zoom panel is not visible, enable it via Setup / User Interface / Show Zoom Panel. The issue is planned to be resolved in the next maintenance update release.
CBT-3449 One side of the UI is cut off on Android smartphones with display cutout
The issue appears on several Android smartphone models, and we’ve identified four workarounds which have proven to immediately resolve the problem for several users. The issue will be resolved in the next maintenance update release.
CBT-3450 Audio output to audio interfaces is broken with Android 13 (UPDATED - Jan 4, 2023)
Several users reported a problem when using external audio devices with Cubasis 3 on Android 13 devices. Google introduced the issue with their newly added MIDI 2.0 support in Android 13, and are working on a solution. In parallel, we aim to provide a workaround solution in the upcoming Cubasis 3.5.1 update, via disabling the MIDI I/O function. In the meantime, if you’re still on Android 12 and use Cubasis with an audio interface, we recommend holding off on the Android 13 update for now.
CBT-3452 Drag and drop leads to audio event being placed on the wrong track
A few users have reported that dragging files from a third party iOS app and dropping them onto a track in Cubasis sometimes places the file on the wrong track. Manually moving the dropped event to a different track works as an immediate option to resolve the problem. Another workaround is to drop into the MediaBay and drag the file from the MediaBay onto the desired track. The issue is planned to be resolved in the next maintenance update release.