I have an issue:
Using an iPad 2, recorded audio from any source (Audiobus, IAA, internal mic or CCK usb device) will often 'skip' out of time.
Whilst recording, the audio sounds fine and is played in time, but the captured audio in Cubasis falls out of time, especially if the recording is more than 30 seconds or so. It's almost as if the iPad is struggling to keep up whilst recording and 'misses' a split second here and there of the recorded audio. As a result, the recorded audio track gradually becomes early (out of time) as the track progresses, rendering it unusable. I have to record the part in small chunks to keep it in time.
I've read on other forums and places on the internet that it can be caused by not having enough free space on your iPad, or having too many apps open etc, but this happens with me even after having 5GB+ of free space, closing all apps, airplane mode on and hard resetting my iPad, and in projects that only have 3-4 audio tracks and 1-2 midi tracks with no effects....
It doesn't happen every time I record something, but the majority of the time with longer recordings, and especially when using Audiobus or IAA.
This problem doesn't occur with other DAWS or multitrack recorders, so I wonder whether some optimisation is needed?
I really hope you can help, because this issue is the only thing keeping me from recommending Cubasis to everyone I know and from using it as a portable studio. I think the app's great, but currently embarrassingly unusable for serious recording because of this issue.