iPad Pro (12.9-inch) (3rd generation) MTFR2FD/A

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Ralf
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iPad Pro (12.9-inch) (3rd generation) MTFR2FD/A

Post by Ralf » Mon Feb 24, 2020 4:43 am

Hi,

since more than a year there are no fixes to get Auria Pro working on an iPad Pro (3rd generation).

I tried to do a project at 48 KHz, but everything is out of tune.

Exporting and importing either all MIDI tracks at once or by one MIDI track after the other, IOW by deleting all other tracks before exporting, does result in broken MIDI tracks, that even cause issues when trying to fix those imported tracks by editing. Due to this MIDI export/import issue migrating the project to 44.1 KHz was a PITA.

Auria Pro also does suffer from issues at 44.1 KHz, at least when not using the USB audio interface, but the internal speakers, ass well as when using several important features or plugins.

That it's related to the hardware and the iOS and iPadOS versions that were released during more than a year, is obviously at best a half-truth, since other software doesn't suffer from that many issues as Auria Pro does.

Are there any plans to fix Auria Pro?

Regards,
Ralf

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Re: iPad Pro (12.9-inch) (3rd generation) MTFR2FD/A

Post by Espiegel123 » Mon Feb 24, 2020 9:37 am

Ralf wrote:
Mon Feb 24, 2020 4:43 am
Hi,

since more than a year there are no fixes to get Auria Pro working on an iPad Pro (3rd generation).

I tried to do a project at 48 KHz, but everything is out of tune.

Exporting and importing either all MIDI tracks at once or by one MIDI track after the other, IOW by deleting all other tracks before exporting, does result in broken MIDI tracks, that even cause issues when trying to fix those imported tracks by editing. Due to this MIDI export/import issue migrating the project to 44.1 KHz was a PITA.

Auria Pro also does suffer from issues at 44.1 KHz, at least when not using the USB audio interface, but the internal speakers, ass well as when using several important features or plugins.

That it's related to the hardware and the iOS and iPadOS versions that were released during more than a year, is obviously at best a half-truth, since other software doesn't suffer from that many issues as Auria Pro does.

Are there any plans to fix Auria Pro?

Regards,
Ralf
Does the pitch issue affect native audio or just audio from MIDI plugins?

You mention: "Auria Pro also does suffer from issues at 44.1 KHz, at least when not using the USB audio interface, but the internal speakers, ass well as when using several important features or plug-ins"

Could you give specifics about which plugins and features?

An update is in preparation and beta testers could look into the problems if you could give some specifics.

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