I have recently bought Cubasis, and have found a major bug which I cant even imagine was let past testing for release.
If you connect a Camera connection kit to the iPad, and you have two devices of the same type, i.e. 2 x Roland Um-Ones or 2 x Korg SQ1s (doesnt matter as long as you have more than one of the SAME device connected) plugged into a USB hub which is then connected to the Camera kit, Cubasis displays them with the SAME!!! name (string) and when you select one it actually selects both (terrible pick list bug…using strings rather than indexes??). So, if you have two interfaces of the same type, with the same name, Cubasis wont assign them different names for example KorgSQ1-1 and KorgSQ1-2. It seems to select both (not good if you have separate midi data for each device). To test this guys, hook up two midi devices of the same type and manufacturer, and try and select just one of them…good luck!
Can I add that ModStep handles this perfectly, and displays all identical type interfaces with numbered string concatenations with the original name, it also then lets me select “either” not both.
Edit : Apologies I didn’t list some variables for reproduction of this bug.
Device = iPad Air 1
iOS ver = 9.3
Peripherals1 = Genuine Apple Camera Connection adapter.
Peripherals2 = Generic Usb2 10 port powered USB hub. (There are a few that don’t work as they draw too much power from the iOS device, most seem to work fine however)
Peripherals3 = Any TWO USB midi compliant devices, of the same type and manufacturer. Examples tested that cause this bug
2 x Roland Um-One usb midi adapters
2 x Korg SQ1 Midi to CV adapter/Seq
2 x Arturia MiniBrutes
(Its my guess that ANY 2 devices of the same type/manufacturer will cause this bug, not just the ones listed above however these configs above certainly do not work)
Bug/Error : When any of these two devices are hooked to the iOS device at the SAME time, you cannot select one or the other from a midi track in Cubasis, when you try to select one or the other, both devices get selected, also both devices share the same name so its impossible to tell which is which.