I've been loving Cubasis, especially with the new sampler instrument allowing me to create my own kits and arrange my own midi drums, so first off, great work!
My only issue so far has been with my bluetooth headphones. They are multi-use, meaning they function has headphones, but also as a bluetooth headset for phone calls. It's become clear that these two functions operate independantly. When I connect the headphones to a computer I see two different output devices, one for music and one for phone calls.
My issue is that when I connect my headphones to my iPad, most apps like any arturia synths, or youtube, etc, will produce audio from the headphones output and sound fantastic. When I launch Cubasis and connect to bluetooth audio, the headphones connect, but all my audio is tinny and sounds like it is coming from a phone call. My assumption is that cubasis is using the wrong protocol for connecting to my headset. Is there anyway for me on my end to fix this? Or is there possibly an easy fix on your end?
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
Silicon Labs does not make Cubasis and we do not manufacture Bluetooth headphones. We do produce Bluetooth chips that can be used in headphones. So you need to either continue to pursue the issue with Cubasis (steinberg) or else contact the manufacturer of your Bluetooth headphones.
I hope you are able to find a solution to the issue.