New iPad Pro Sample Rate Problems.

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  • @YZJustDatGuy said:

    @stormbeats said:

    @nerVe said:
    It's not so much a problem with Apple...
    It's developers not coding their IAA's and AUv3's to lock to the host app rates. You can read about it here: http://lijon.github.io/iaa_sample_rates.html

    I have been having this problem since day one but in the other direction 96khz. So, I'm glad Apple is forcing hand on it...looks like we finally got a pro piece of hardware...it will get solved but developers will have to update their apps...for Flexible sample rate!

    Ok cool i may have misread the earlier posts and was thinking the new Pro does not playback any 44.1khz files through the internal speakers

    Yea that’s super false. Just went through a bunch of samples in AudioShare. Perfectly fine

    Cool dude cheers for info

  • Are there specific apps that you notice are causing this problem? Tera Synth and Syntronik have been mentioned. Any others?

  • edited November 2018

    @Slam_Cut said:
    Are there specific apps that you notice are causing this problem? Tera Synth and Syntronik have been mentioned. Any others?

    You can bet it's all apps by any said developer of an app....and it's not just synths...effects too...

  • @Ryan_IK @ikmultimedia
    Are you working on a fix to Syntronik so that I can run the auv3 plugin at the host sample rate? I'm using BM3 latest version.

  • @nerVe said:

    @Slam_Cut said:
    Are there specific apps that you notice are causing this problem? Tera Synth and Syntronik have been mentioned. Any others?

    You can bet it's all apps by any said developer of an app....and it's not just synths...effects too...

    A lot of apps have been updated v.recently with ‘sample rate fix’, so some devs are aware of this

  • iPad Pro 2018 here.
    Turning volume completely down will cause the speaker still make the sound, but super duper low...

    Cracklings are now somehow gone?!? Hugh....

  • This is the same thing we’ve had to deal with on iPhones with their built-in speaker/mic for many years, and we developers have had a long time to fix this locked 48k sample rate issue. I’m surprised you are having problems, honestly! I suppose if these are iPad-only apps, it could be the first time they’ve been bitten.

  • @sonosaurus said:
    This is the same thing we’ve had to deal with on iPhones with their built-in speaker/mic for many years, and we developers have had a long time to fix this locked 48k sample rate issue. I’m surprised you are having problems, honestly! I suppose if these are iPad-only apps, it could be the first time they’ve been bitten.

    I’ve been bitten too. A lot actually until I figured out what the problem is.

    The fix I’ve tried it either passing a nil format when connecting audio engine nodes or getting the session format when it changes.

    Are you doing anything else in particular?

  • @sonosaurus said:
    This is the same thing we’ve had to deal with on iPhones with their built-in speaker/mic for many years, and we developers have had a long time to fix this locked 48k sample rate issue. I’m surprised you are having problems, honestly! I suppose if these are iPad-only apps, it could be the first time they’ve been bitten.

    Right, back in 2015 the iPhone 6S was the first model to only support 48kHz (except if external hardware is connected). Here's what Apple posted back then, maybe this info is useful to someone:
    https://forums.developer.apple.com/thread/22197

  • So, just to get an end of thread summary, is the crackling issue on the new iPad Pros (2018) solved for the most part? Is it possible to change the sample rate or are apps being released that address this issue?

  • edited March 30

    Hi,
    I really hope it's fixable. For me, the whole reason to get an iPad is for music making.

    dafont 192.168.l.lfilehippo

  • I see the 2018 Mac book pros are having audio and keyboard problems aswell. For the price you pay for Apple products it’s pretty dim to say the least. Won’t be buying anything new from Apple this year.

  • @Jumpercollins said:
    I see the 2018 Mac book pros are having audio and keyboard problems aswell. For the price you pay for Apple products it’s pretty dim to say the least. Won’t be buying anything new from Apple this year.

    Yup. Off the bandwagon round these parts

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