Additional info re: IAA “instruments” v. “generators”, relating to the now-locked topic: https://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=183&t=98393
(Not clear why it was locked…)
The workaround @sirdavidabraham generously shared not only sorts out apps listed by Cubasis as “instruments” that Cubasis freeze function doesn’t work with (enabling audio tracks and Midi sequencing for synths like Animoog and z3ta that are IAA sequence-able by Cubasis, but aren’t freeze-able, given app quirks of those apps)
The workaround also brings into full IAA functionality (midi sequencing audio tracks) many apps that Cubasis doesn’t “see” as IAA instruments that the devs of those apps do consider IAA “instruments”, and/or have the requisite virtual midi functionality that enables these apps to act like IAA instruments (the many Korg apps are a great example: iElectribe iPad and iPhone, Module, Gadget, iMS20 etc)
This is another great gift of the workaround from @sirdavidabraham, and also puts focus on the mess that IAA can often be,including the IAA nomenclature of “instrument” v “generator” that now seems to have very little descriptive value, given Cubasis robust audio/MIDI interoperability, and the Midi/audio interoperability of the many apps that don’t appear in Cubasis IAA instrument list.