@LSlowak Dear Lars,
at first: Cubasis is my one-stop for everything in regards to music and audio on the iPad!
I love that thing greatly.
But there was now quite some time, where Cubasis had some problem, esp. in regards to freezing tracks.
This got much better with the last update.
But as you can see, there are still very strange effects and problems in this regard.
Using the recommended settings did indeed help with this and i could finally render the audio.
But others may not be in the forum or do not ask, they will just run into those problems and come to the conclusion, that Cubasis is just too buggy.
So, it may be worth to fix those issues.
Of course, i understand that not always Cubasis was the sole cause, but then, i did not see such problems when trying Auria Pro!
So far, i did not yet read the links you provided, but i will do so!
And about what Rodolfo wrote, i used Ravenscroft and mood in this example, both of which are not CPU intensive.
About your additional recommendations: I am aware of the real time freeze and the compatibility mode, both of which were tested and did not solve the problem!
I cannot say, that AU is more stable for me than IAA.
And IAA has the possibility to be loaded into an audio track and feed MIDI from another track, which is great!
One last thing, you “hardware latency” settings are not realy “hardware” settings, as it seems.
This may confuse people!
It would be better to just use the term “latency” as others also do.
And then, PLEASE, don´t write “Ultra Low”, “Low” and “Medium” - what shall that be? Are we forced to read this up somewhere?
In a setup, you normaly want to apply a certain latency, which is formulated as milliseconds, “ms”.
Please, allow us to choose or set milliseconds instead of that arcane terms that are just not concrete.
I will try the recommended settings from Littlewoodg with different Synths and Samplers.
I realy hope, that i can then render audio in a stable way.
One thought about those real time and compatibility settings:
When using Cubasis, i may very well render the most different things with a list of Synths or Samplers, just to try out variants and compare things.
But that means, i will not even noticed that there was a problem and that i should try one of those options! If the problem was not directly visibly apparent, i will only learn this, when it is already too late - as happened with the Piano Poll.
So, that Freeze should work stable.
Or is there any other way to render audio from an AU?
In both Auria and BeatMaker, there is just an “export” or “mixdown” button for any type of track.
Going to post this also to the Steinberg topic, and create a link within the Piano Poll topic.