Steinberg Cubasis 3 Now Available For Android Devices

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.

Features:

  • 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

  1. 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

  2. Well who would have thought this would be a reality on android. Amazing. Goon on ya Steinberg however you pulled it off!

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. Android user since 2009 here (HTC Hero), and I don’t believe this can work properly, but don’t give up. 🙂

  6. 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!

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