With Cubasis 2 the following procedure is completely problem-free: In Auria you start Cubasis in the FX area to loop the signal into Auria. Works in track, sub, aux FX and also master channel.
If you then create an audio track in Cubasis you can choose at the input if the signal comes back from the aux, sub or master path of Auria. I liked using this to then record the signal. But be careful, the monitor button must be turned off or you will get a nasty feedback loop.
With Cubasis 3, neither works anymore. You can still open Cubasis in Auria in the FX section, but no signal arrives at Auria. Sometimes after an iPad restart it works and sometimes when an audio interface is connected. When it does work in rare cases, you can get the signal back from Auria via an audio track in Cubasis, but you can’t record it anymore. If Cubasis is in record mode, no signal from Auria comes in. If you press the monitor button and then record, you can record the nasty feedback signal. Everything else does not work unfortunately. I have tried everything countless times. With Cubase 2, on the other hand, it runs without problems and dropouts.
What is the reason that it no longer works with Cubasis 3?
Everything on my iPad is up to date. Both iOS and the apps. I have an iPad Air 3 with A12 processor and 128 GB storage.
I hope you can fix this issue or give me a solution how it works.
I wish you all at Steinberg a happy and a successful new year in 2021.
Versions: Cubasis 3.2, Auria 2.29 and iOS 14.3