48 & 96k not working with Auria using AUM & Audiobus
Hi, new here...
Saw some threads that kinda went into this but it didn't feel like any answers were difinitive.
Running Audiobus 3 with AUM and Auria Pro on a new 2018 iPad Pro. Having issues with anything that isn't 44k as long as Audiobus is in the mix.
I can't get Audiobus 3 to connect to Auria at anything other than 44k without issues. I'm trying to link AUM to route from my interface (SPL Crimson 3) to Auria for recording (1, 2, 3 & 4), then control the outputs of the Crimson for sending out two custom audio streams (2 & 3 in to 1 & 2 out, and 1, 2, 3 & 4 out to 3 & 4).
Everything works in 44k just fine. But when i switch AUM and Auria to anything else (same in both obviously), it doesn't work. If i try to launch Audiobus first, then Auria—Auria won't load anything but a 44k project (and throws up a warning). If i load both AUM and Auria first (both set to 96k), then it works independently, but as soon as i link them, i get what sounds like a bunch of jitter/distortion of the signal into Auria (still sounds fine going into and out of AUM).
So something in the bridge (Audiobus) is not letting the signal properly stay at 48 or 96.
It's not a huge deal for the recording into Auria, as i can just run AUM for routing and mute the playback in Auria when recording, at any sample rate. But if i did want to record IIA into Auria via Audiobus, it would appear i can only do that at 44k?
I've read a bunch of threads and the information is all over the place, so i'm starting a new one to ask specifically and hopefully get a totally straight and clear answer (lol). I've even hear people say to launch the apps in the order you want to first set the sample rate, then do Audiobus to link, or one of the Admins here say always start with Audiobus... So no clear answers yet other than that it won't work regardless of the order as long as Audiobus is in the center.
I think i even saw someone say to run Audiobus 2, but i don't get how that would help if it doesn't support the higher sample rates anyway.
Any help would be great. Just knowing what the options and limitations actually are would at least make it clear what i can't do.