Steinberg has released Cubasis 3, a mobile DAW originally introduced for iOS in 2012, in a new version for Android devices.
Cubasis is designed to let you perform, record, mix and share music from your mobile device.
- Unlimited number of audio and MIDI tracks
- 32-bit floating-point audio engine
- Audio I/O resolution of up to 24-bit/48 kHz
- Real-time time-stretching and pitch-shifting featuring zplane’s élastique 3
- Micrologue virtual analog synthesizer with 126 ready-to-go presets
- MicroSonic with over 120 virtual instrument sounds, from acoustic piano to an array of drums
- MiniSampler to create your own instruments, including 20 factory instruments
- Mixer with studio-grade channel strip per track and 17 effects processors
- Master Strip plug-in suite with exceptional great effects
- Fully automatable DJ-like Spin FX effect plug-in
- Over 550 MIDI and timestretch-capable audio loops
- Virtual keyboard, chord and drum pads with intuitive note repeat
- Audio editor and MIDI editor with MIDI CC support
- MIDI editor for programming and editing MIDI tracks quickly and efficiently
- MIDI auto quantize
- Track duplicate
- Automation, MIDI CC, program change and aftertouch support
- Audio and MIDI-compatible hardware supported*
- MIDI clock and MIDI thru support
- Export to Cubase, Google Drive, external hard drives, wireless flash drives, Dropbox and more
Pricing and Availability
Steinberg Cubasis 3 for Android is available now for $49.99 USD.
If you’ve used Cubasis 3 on an Android device, leave a comment and share how it worked for you!
10 thoughts on “Steinberg Cubasis 3 Now Available For Android Devices”
My question is, can you use Cubasis 3 for Windows 10 to work? If yes then how can you connect instruments or microphone to this app
Can you use this app on windows 10 to record
Well who would have thought this would be a reality on android. Amazing. Goon on ya Steinberg however you pulled it off!
Cool but does this actually work? I have a iKaosilator and there’s lag so can’t see this working. Just my 2 cents lol.
That could just be your devices limitations.
Most android users won’t be willing to pay 50 €
Use Cubasis 3 with an Samsung View 2 Tablet (17.3 inch Full HD screen, Android 8.1) with
IK Multimedia iRig PRO DUO 2 with powered USB C OTG adapter. Audio and Midi work fine with it. The performance is good. Touch events have a small latency (Android specific issue). But Midi via cable works as fast as on IOS.
Wake me up when it’s a mobile port of Cubase.
Android user since 2009 here (HTC Hero), and I don’t believe this can work properly, but don’t give up. 🙂
To be fair to Steinberg to port over full Cubase to a phone is probably a bit of an impossibility. I’d say they have done pretty well do achieve this and let’s face it no one else has tried to port to Android ( Korg Gadget for example ). It will be interesting to see if £50 is too much for Android folk. They might have to come down to £35….we shall see. It is progress in 2020 though!