Cubase iC Pro 1.1 is available now! Here are the details of the update. We hope you like it!
New Features CICP-771 Full screen key commands page CICP-790 Import/Export of key command presets CICP-783 Stereo combined panner mode support CICP-831 Panner display in the mixer has been redesigned CICP-786 Dynamic font color support for track names in the mixer.
Fixed issues CICP-727 Adding a cycle marker at similar position of the locators no longer creates a normal marker. CICP-827 Cancelling preset overwrite dialog now works as expected. CICP-872 Cancel a button operation via moving the finger outside the button area now works as expected. CICP-787 Fixes an issue where the joints on transport bar are not in sync with the status of the transport button. CICP-850 Appearance of pressed keys states has been improved. CICP-821 Appearance of L and R button on transport panel has been improved. CICP-820 Redesign of alert and dialog boxes.
Known Issues Issue: CICP-915 Imported key commands presets from iTunes are not available in Cubase iC Pro. Solution: Cubase iC Pro requires to be reconnected in order to access the imported key commands presets. --- Issue: CICP-916 Cubase iC Pro's documents list in iTunes file sharing section remains empty, no "Presets" folder has been created. Solution: Establish a connection between your iOS device and iTunes first and launch Cubase iC Pro afterwards to have the "Presets" folder created in the Cubase iC Pro documents list of iTunes. --- Issue: CICP-649 Some key commands factory presets (e.g. "Arranger" Factory Preset) are not displayed when connecting Cubase iC Pro with Cubase LE/AI/Elements. Solution: No solution, the availability of key commands depend on the host version. --- Issue: CICP-926 Switching to another app via 4-finger-gesture while having the panner overlay opened renders Cubase iC Pro unreliable. Solution: Avoid to switch between apps while having the panner overlay opened.
Great App Steinberg iOS developers.. Would be cool if you could enlarge the transport controls a tad.. As in the real world, with no tactile positional feedback it is too easy to drift of the tiny buttons.. But as iPad developers, I feel sure you must be aware of this?
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