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asmogmuseo
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Export / Share bug (???) on iPad Pro

Hello, i use  CAUSTIC on my iPAD pro.

Everything works well... sounds are really cool but.... when i try to export / share... nothing happen ... and i don't know I don't know where the files go.

I've attached a screen of this step.

Please can you help me???

https://i.postimg.cc/vYTw4vzD/IMG-0155.png

anickt
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The path that it’s gone to is

The path that it’s gone to is in your screen cap. Song > Export. Just send it to AudioShare and then you can go wherever you like with it. If you don’t have AudioShare just get. It’s a must have.

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asmogmuseo
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Audioshare is another app,

Audioshare is another app, not free. I think it's not good. I paid for caustic app... and I want to be free to export the songs. What's the difference between my caustic App and demo app ???? If I need another app purchase to export????broken heartnonono

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If you’re serious about doing

If you’re serious about doing music on iOS then AudioShare is a great utility app to have. Otherwise get the free app Files by Readdle which will allow you to access all Caustic folders via Caustic’s built-in FTP server. Don’t forget that Caustic has not been updated in some time but it still works pretty well even on the latest iOS.

PS - did you notice AudioShare is one of the choices when exporting? That is due to user requests because most iOS music makers use it. 

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Audioshare is another app,

Audioshare is another app, not free. I think it's not good. I paid for caustic app... and I want to befree to export the songs. What's the difference between my caustic?

The problem is not Caustic, the problem is you. You CAN export without AudioShare, and you did. Problem is you don't seem to know where your exported file went.. Well, the export screen told you where your file went: 'Your song was exported to: songs/export/Prova2.wav'.

So, get that file via the build in FTP server and download it on another computer, or move it to AudioShare..

You can also use the free Documents app and get to that export location by adding Caustic as an FTP server..

lord_bondslave
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Apple can take some blame

Apple can take some blame also.

anickt
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@lord_bondslave how do you

@lord_bondslave how do you figure that?

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lord_bondslave
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I'll just give a simple

I'll just give a simple example:  Rej had to go out of his way to make an ftp option to make moving files around a possibility.  Doing this kind of thing is a breeze in android.

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I don’t believe FTP was

I don’t believe FTP was specific to iOS. Caustic isn’t the only app on iOS that has some kind of server interface. Usually it’s used to communicate directly with a computer on the same network. There’s no point in getting into an Android vs. iOS debate. I’ll take all of the awesome music apps on iOS any day. And in spite of no recent updates, Caustic still works fine on the most recent version of iOS. No complaints. 

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Yes, Caustic isn't the only

Yes, Caustic isn't the only app on iOS that has a server interface, I can easily believe it.  My point is I don't know of any on Android that would really need it.  I didn't really mean this as an Andriod vs. iOS issue either, just to point out that iOS in this case was part of the problem.  Android has its own issues.