Steinberg introduces a brand-new Cubasis, redeveloped from the ground up, adding iPhone compatibility and more than 20 requested features.
Steinberg announces the immediate availability of Cubasis 3, the award-winning music production app that lets musicians and producers create music anywhere they go.
Gravitating toward its desktop equivalent, Cubasis provides the same look and feel as Steinberg’s Cubase music software and sports similar tools to perform, mix, and share music productions, including many effects, hundreds of instrument sounds, and third-party plug-in compatibility with Audio Unit, Inter-App Audio, and Audiobus 3.
Previous versions of Cubasis ran only on the iPad. With its third version, though, Cubasis has evolved into a full-fledged DAW now offering universal app support for both iPad and iPhone. This means that you can use the app’s extensive feature set on a smaller screen without restricting usability.
Cubasis 3 offers great new features and enhancements that let users get results quickly and easily. Group Tracks is one of many new functions that Cubasis has to offer. It combines multiple tracks so that they can be processed and mixed as though they were a single track—a special capability that is extremely useful when using the app on the limited real estate of an iPhone’s screen.
The mixer in Cubasis 3 has been revamped, now taking advantage of the entire display. It includes useful zoom modes and an eminently accurate level metering for as many tracks as are needed.
Also new in Cubasis 3 are the eight rearrangeable insert and send effects. Users can add up to eight insert and eight send effects from the many already included in Cubasis or can choose to use third-party effects via Audio Unit, Inter-App Audio and Audiobus 3. The insert effects can now be placed before or after the fader.
Many other feature additions and capabilities in Cubasis 3 include 75 new effects presets, improved MIDI resolution with 960 pulses per quarter note, and a new History List with continuous playback while performing undo and redo. You’ll also get redesigned instruments and effects, an improved Media Bay, overdub and looper recording modes, AU MIDI effects automation, vertical event coloring, and more.
You can purchase Cubasis 3 as a download from the App Store for $49.99. It is not available for free or at a discount for existing customers of previous versions of Cubasis.
For more information, visit Steinberg online.
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