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[iOS9] PCM Synth: Import from Audioshare

Since updating to iOS 9 I cannot seem to utilize Audioshare to import files into the PCM Synth. I get a pop up that says "Audioshare audio document manager version 2.5 or later is not installed on this device. You can get it in the App Store." It is installed and current. 

 

 

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@NeveJobs

@NeveJobs

It's working as usual on my iPad Air with iOS 9. Maybe you should delete and re-install? The current version is 2.7.1. 

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The Audioshare dev posted

The Audioshare dev posted this yesterday, looks like I'll need to add a few lines to Caustic. (see under "iOS 9 Support")

https://github.com/lijon/AudioShareSDK/blob/master/README.md

Good timing this time as I'll make sure 3.2 has this in, but I hate that Apple continually breaks things that worked before like this. I'm not willing to rush an update for something this minor.

 

I'm curious as to how anickt got it working though...

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I misread the OP that's how!

I misread the OP that's how! "Open In" from AS works as normal. "Import" in Caustic gives me that message. LOL

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@anickt Yeah sorry for the

@anickt Yeah sorry for the confusion, but you see what I mean now. I've not tried audiocopy yet. I shall see how that goes. 

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No problem. I'm easily

No problem. I'm easily confused! In AS  you can choose your file and then click on the upload button. It used to say "open in" but now it says "copy to" and Caustic should be one of your choices. Caustic will open up and tell you the file was imported into /samples directory. Then load the sample into the PCMSynth from the wave editor.

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Oh thank you for explaining

Oh thank you for explaining that. Yesterday I had accidently did it but couldn't remember what I had done when I went back later.