Donovan Jaymz wrote:The lack of full MIDI support like CC, SysEx and program change messages is an embarassment.
I asked the devs at Auria if their MIDI support would include ALL MIDI messages, and they said it would.
I don't get how Cubasis in the early 80s could support full MIDI on a 8mhz Atari computer but not on a sophisticatd iOS device in 2013. It's such a vital and fundamental element of music production.
I have said it before, so forgive me for repeating myself.....
Yes, full midi is a deal breaker for me too. I too don't understand how Steinberg cannot implement this quicker given their experience in the field. I still have my Atari 1040ste somewhere and it handles midi no problem but is not quite as portable as this iPad thing I have in my hands.
That's interesting about Auria. I will be keeping my eye on that (plus I believe it will support multiple outputs on an audio interface).
Again, I would like to use Cubasis as I am a Cubase user, but I will be buying whatever app covers my needs first.... i.e Full midi, 16 tracks of audio and multiple outs.
Here's hoping Steinberg throw a few more developers at Cubasis before their client base go elsewhere. And I mean that in all sincerity.