Hi, I am using an Apogee duet 2 interface with Cubase Artist 7, on OSX Sierra (10.13).
I usually work on 44.1 khz /24 bit projects and never have had any issues. I was asked to work on a project using 88.2 khz sample rate. I tried changing my interface settings + Cubase project settings to 88.2 khz. I used to do this without a problem to change 48khz in the past a few years ago back when I was using Cubase 6. However, when I do this now, Cubase no longer seems to send any output or sound to my interface (not even its click). The computer still outputs sound to the duet outside of Cubase though, at any sample rate that I choose on my interface.
Note: once the issue happens, even if I switch back to 44.1 khz on both the interface and the Cubase project settings, it still no longer outputs sound back at 44.1 khz like it initially did, until I close and reopen Cubase (in a 44.1 khz project, with the interface also set to 44.1 khz).
I have downloaded the latest software for the Duet 2 and firmware is updated, issue still happens. VST Connections outputs seem fine. I have tried turning off the Multi Processing options in Device Settings. Buffer size is at 2048.
I’m not sure what the issue is, and I have emailed Apogee support, but this seems like it might be a Cubase issue, since it doesn’t happen in other DAWs (I tested both Audacity and Ableton at different sample rates and they work fine).