Steinberg today introduced Cubasis — a new multitouch sequencer that brings a streamlined version of Cubase to the iPad.
Steinberg Cubasis goes far beyond what’s possible on the iPad with Garageband. The number of tracks is not limited by the software – just what your hardware is capable of doing. Cubasis also lets you sequence other CoreMIDI apps and run Cubasis simultaneously, via background audio.. And you can export work and open it in Cubase, or share your tracks via email, SoundCloud or DropBox.
Here are the details:
- Unlimited audio and MIDI tracks (limited only by what your hardware can do – on the iPad 4 or iPad mini, Steinberg says you can 64 tracks)
- Over 70 virtual instrument sounds and more than 300 audio and MIDI loops
- Mixer with over 10 effect processors (inserts and sends)
- Sample and key editors, virtual keyboard and virtual drum pads
- Export projects to Cubase and upload your mixdowns to Dropbox, SoundCloud, Audio Copy/Paste and email
- Core Audio and Core MIDI compatible hardware supported
- Sequence other CoreMIDI apps and run Cubasis simultaneously via background audio
- Import audio from your iTunes music library or use iTunes file sharing & AudioPaste or set up a Wi-Fi server in Cubasis
Cubasis is available now in the App Store for $49.99.
If you’ve used Cubasis, let us know what you think of it!