Cubasis 3 – DAW & Studio App MODDED 2022


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Quickly and easily capture your musical ideas as soon as they arrive and turn them into professional-sounding songs with the multi-award winning Cubasis 3. Enjoy performing, recording, mixing and sharing your music in no time, wherever you are, right there on your smartphone, tablet or Chromebook. Meet one of the fastest, most intuitive and complete audio and MIDI DAWs available on Android and Chrome OS today: Cubasis 3.

• The next generation music production app
• Create music easily and more enjoyably
• 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 with 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
• Sidechain support
• 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 with chord buttons, 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 Learn, Mackie Control (MCU) and HUI protocol support
• MIDI auto quantize and time-stretch
• Track duplicate
• Automation, MIDI CC, program change and aftertouch support
• Audio and MIDI-compatible hardware supported*
• Keyboard shortcut and mouse support
• MIDI clock and MIDI thru support
• Ableton Link Support
• Export to Cubase, Google Drive, external hard drives, wireless flash drives, Dropbox and more

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• Universal handheld support: A feature-rich DAW for music production on your smartphone, tablet and Chromebook
• Group tracks: Easily combine individual tracks to groups
• Full-screen mixer: Easily extend the size of the mixer and more
• 960 PPQN MIDI resolution: Precise audio and MIDI event editing at the highest studio level
• Eight insert and eight send effects: Create great-sounding tracks with flexible effects options
• FX rearrangement: Quickly rearrange plug-ins and change their pre/post fader position
• Pro-grade effect presets: Make songs sound great with ready-to-use presets
• Undo with history list: Quickly jump back to earlier versions of your song
• Audio, MIDI and automation editors revisited: File editing is much more efficient
• Revised MediaBay: Your all-new control center for file and project management
• UI scale presets for smartphone and tablet: Quickly change the size and layout of Cubasis
• Overdub and looper recording modes: Choose the best mode for your recordings
• MicroSonic instruments refill: Be creative with great-sounding new instruments
• Improvements and maintenance: Enjoy the highest performance and rock-solid stability for your music production

Edit, mix, create… Cubasis 3 is the complete DAW app on your mobile device. Make beats and songs like never before!

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*Cubasis for Android offers limited audio and MIDI hardware support only, Steinberg does not currently guarantee full compatibility.


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40 comentarios en "Cubasis 3 – DAW & Studio App MODDED 2022"

  1. It’s steinberg so you already know it’s great, but this is by far my favorite audio recording DAW for mobile to date. FL is close to matching but falls short in some areas. The only thing I can complain about is that very rarely I will have some latency issues, but that could be a non-cubasis cause, and the fault may lie with interface hardware.

  2. Until the developers address basic issues, I can’t recommend this application. The biggest concerns are (1) the input lag for the piano roll/ Pads (Regardless of how you adjust the settings, the lag exists, and it’s very noticeable[touch & midi controller]) and (2) the ability to save to different pathways ( you can’t. At this point in time, there is no way to save to an external device). Really bummed. ACER713,i5 11g,8gb RAM -2 mos later, no response (7/22/22) :-/

  3. This app is amazing. I’ve purchased every DAW available on Android and it blows the rest out of the water. I love how it merges seamlessly with Cubase as well. As powerful as it is, I can see it having problems with many phones to be honest. I would call that a shortcoming of the available hardware and not the programming, though. It runs flawlessly on my Samsung S21 Ultra, as well as my friend’s s20 Ultra. We are able to collaborate on projects on the go, and it is just the best.

  4. Look at this as the greatest little music sketchpad ever and you won’t be disappointed. Unbelievable that you can have this in a handheld device. Latency issues are dealt with the recording compensation feature. In some ways I prefer to use this simpler interface when I’m working on sketches than being bogged down with too many options in the full version.

  5. Decent DAW. Very disappointed with lack of 3rd party plugin support for android users. Thought I would be able to load vst instruments and effects but no luck thus far. Not a complete waste of $30 but still a huge let down. Had I known the android version would be so limited I would not have purchased it, I would have bought an iPad first since iOS has all the goodies. Mini sampler is hardly a sampler. No sample chopping? No importing sample packs or midi packs? Needs more. No very pleased.

  6. Want to love this app, but when trying to create a user account so I can purchase the in-app add ones, it just keeps spitting error messages saying my email address is invalid and refuses to create the account. I’ve had the same email address since 2009 and I know it works just fine, so I’m dinging 2 stars until the bug that doesn’t like Gmail addresses is fixed.

  7. SoundTech dice:

    Works great for the most part. Giving it 3 Stars cause I was under the impression you could record multiple tracks at once and this limitation is not clearly stated in the description. Cubasis is limited to 2 tracks for recording. Purchased to use for recording drums on the go and live shows. For Live I need to record 16ch at once. So for anyone looking to do similar, I suggest checking out Audio Evolution in the app store. Their paid version allows multi-track recording.

  8. Tim Diggle dice:

    This app is great, replicates a lot of the key parts of the Cubase experience on mobile. Editing is surprisingly easy and it’s great to be able to do edits here and there in my spare time, and just have to sit down at a desk to do a final mix down. I have one major gripe which stops me giving it five stars – the glue tool only works for Midi clips and not audio. I glue audio all the time when editing – can you add this feature Steinberg? Any plans for a patch?

  9. Great and powerful app I use for voiceover tranlations. I wish you can have a support of external bluetooth keyboard. It’s just much more easier from the usability standpoint to hit the spacebar for playback and maybe use J,K,L for rewind and fast forward, rather tan tap playback on the very top of the screen. Also, moving this toolbar from top section of the screen to down would be very be helpful to have.

  10. Pretty much impossible to use without a real sampler/drum machine. Minisampler is extremely clunky and limited, having a single amp envelope for every sample just doesn’t work, and no assignable choke groups makes it hard as well. Also, a lot of the samples I put in turn into a weird distorted white noise. Classic machines has horrible samples and no customization. On top of that there are a lot of bugs, some that haven’t been fixed since the original launch on ios.

  11. I’m liking it a lot so far, but when producing rock and metal, I find that there’s not a lot of options for distortion and overdrive, and the overdrive setting gets very messy when using down tuned guitars. If you could add more rock and metal effects, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks!

  12. SOLO LIMO dice:

    Keeps crashing when I’m trying to multi track. Trying to record a MIDI bass track over acoustic guitar track, crashes while recording the MIDI bass while listening to the acoustic guitar. Hmm I didn’t really expect much for 40 bucks but still… I’m running it on a REVVL 5G brand new phone. Also not convinced the latency is accurate. Looking forward to some response!!!

  13. People are not kiddin about the newest version, it’ll work for a few hours, then it crashes every time just tryin to open a project. This is some B.S. yall need to fix this like yesterday for real. I took a chance on it over buying FL Studio Mobile, and I’m pissed…I bought FL Studio today to see if it was better, or at least more stable, and i havent played around with it long enough to determine if it’s “better” or not, but so far more stable. I was just starting to understand how to work it2

  14. Ravien dice:

    I’m truly impressed – I never knew my Android phone could sound so good!! The MIDI DAW setup (clicking icons then moving a slider etc.) is a dream & so handy (especially if you record on a phone!). In fact, I’m writing this review after recording “Cry To Me” (from the Dirty Dancing movie) entirely in Cubasis 3 on my phone (including my vocals – singing into my phone!) it’s on the internet, I’m sure you’ll find it! Thanq for an amazingly powerful musical app.

  15. Abilash A dice:

    Hi, Absolutely loved it. But need some features to mark it as the best mobile daw. Please consider to add a dedicated drum sequencer and able to load the local drum samples directly from the sequencer in the next update. It will be more useful while creating beats with our own drum samples. And also able to control basic operations like volume,panning,transpose,adsr for each individual sample. Thanks.

  16. Dave W dice:

    Tried the demo first, too crippled. I purchased the android version only to find many more features described, are only IOS version supported, disapointing, and not clear until purchased. However, even this Android versions audio quality and instruments supplied truly outstanding for the price. Sampler needs more instruments and improved sample editor. Additional pay instruments not great. Microlouge with arp add on is great, as is automation.

  17. I purchased the app a while ago but have only started using it due to a back injury. WOW!!!!. If youre familiar with Cubase then finding your way around this app is a doddle. I am very impressed with app its features and the ease of use and to add to that I can share what I have recorded with my Cubase. Brilliant!!!!

  18. Works great on a tab s7.. needs some minor fixes. -needs a stand alone minisampler section so we dont have to make a dummy event/song to make an instrument -needs a better grid for automation and the abillity to draw straightlines,curved lines (like in paint apps) -there’s a touchscreen delay when using bluetooth earbuds with active noise canceling turned on, when its off there is minimal latency ….. Hopefully you port more effects n vsti’s.. we would love to expand the library.

  19. GNU_Ninja dice:

    Still learning the ropes. Some functionality missing in the android/chromebook version, or I haven’t found where to change certain settings. Edit: Thanks for the info Steinberg. Cubasis 3 is a great DAW. Wouldn’t mind seeing a native version for Chromebooks if that’s possible 🙂

  20. bee win dice:

    It’s ok, but android version doesn’t have much in the way of plugins , the iOS versions are not being converted. The plugins that come with it and the limited range you can add, work fine, but iOS has the option to include third party plugins and Waves.

  21. Best on Android especially for Dex. I wish they added plugins similar to NS1, WLM+ and CLA Vocals from Waves. It would literally be a game changer if they did something like this – podcasters need certain effects…including Audio Ducking made easy liek Ferrite on iOS does.

  22. Great little app. But I really wish there would be an external midi clock sync option. By the way Steinberg when can we expect an externally synced host software like bitwig or Abelton? And also I use Groove Agent a lot for jamming, can we expect some sort of Hardware device? The Pattern functions alone are worth it. I would pay massive for a synced groove agent hardware box. Even if it’s only a midi device to control drummachine.

  23. This along with Audio Evolution and Fl Studio has been a permanent fixture on my phone, it works smoothly and it’s far more intuitive than some of the freemium ones. Only downside is the price but that is never going be fixed🤣

  24. BECKWERKS dice:

    I was going to get a refund on this app when I couldn’t find how to use sound fonts with it. Lars responded to my complaint in the forum, trying to blame it on me having possible hardware lackings. I decided to purchase all the upgrades and really see what this could do. Iplay40pro @8 GB ram 256 GB ROM 2K octa, Hardware lacking? Even after buying ALL upgrades, the guitars are poop compared to FL or Caustic w/Sound Fonts . FL and Caustic both are less$, sound better. Caustic is #1!!

  25. Its amazing!!! but I am having a few issues. It wont let me record through an audio interface and im unsure how to make it work, everything is nice and precentable.

  26. Trial Version of 30 min with a lot of unavailable feature… They say you can do when you buy it… Then you buy it and you discover that the program just allow IO just stereo … 2 channels… What I should do with a multitrack sequencer? Not for me .

  27. Awesome! Running this on the Lenovo Duet 5 and it does more than I need. It’s not like i’m running this on my powerful gaming rig. I plug in my Positive Grid spark 40 and start tracking and cleaning up the sound. I love supporting music creation on Android. Apple gets everything. 😥

  28. 1 A.M. dice:

    Still upset about paying for this app when there are free apps like bandlab or n-track that give you waaaaaaaay more sounds, instruments, vocal effects, and opportunities for creativity to flow. 😑 yall need to step up your game.

  29. Fun app that is very easy to use. Clear design and layout. It also very nicely integrates with Cubase. The main drawback is that it does not always recognize external mics (e.g. on a Samsung Tab S4). Apparently an upcoming version will allow users to select which input they want to use, which will be a huge improvement. I’ll gladly upgrade to 5 stars when that is implemented.

  30. Excellent! Out of the numerous mobile DAWs I’ve used, this is by far the easiest to use with the most options. I love how easily I can go to my studio and open the project directly in Cubase 10.5 Pro. I would like to see more options in future and better sound libraries with MOD wheel control. The only issue I have is that I can’t use the internal mic on my Note 10+ if I wanted to get an idea down quick when no USB mic is on hand.

  31. Liz Taylor dice:

    I’ve previously used cubase and needed some simple and fairly basic editing software for use on my chromebook and found this. I wasn’t expecting it to be this good considering how reasonable the price is. If you’re looking for something portable but effective this is definitely a good choice, its easy to navigate and intuitive to use. I’ve noticed quite a few other reviews reporting crash issues but I used it yesterday for about 4 hours and was able to mixdown with no issues.

  32. I have used Cubase for years. Now I have been busy with job. Very excited when I see Cubasis on Android. I very satisfied with its features and very easy to use. Now I can make music anywhere and anytime. Thank you so much for Developer, appreciate it. Just information, I found some bugs that were quite annoying, especially when taping on On-Screen Piano and drawing MIDI tracks. I hope that Cubasis can always to be developed and added some exciting features, and also please add some new VSTi.

  33. Robin Webb dice:

    Absolutely superb application. I love it. So much fun making music on the move. Using the supplied OTG adapter I am able to seamlessly use both my Focusrite audio interface and USB keyboard. Extremely low latency recording. Built in effects are superb. Being able to export from Cubase and mix on Cubasis when your on the bus or train is amazing. Recording on the move and then importing back into Cubase in the studio is simply superb. WiFi on phone needs to be turned off to avoid clicks in audio?

  34. Luuta dice:

    Overpriced, with additional costs for more instruments that are sadly disappointing in use. The interface is clunky and cluttered compared with FL Studio and not as intuitive to use. It takes a lot longer to get an interesting sound from it, too. Hoping that future updates eventually make it a lot easier to use and a lot more rewarding. Familiarity with the app makes the clunkiness even more irritating. Presonus StudioOne for desktop & FL Studio for mobile got it just right. I expected better.

  35. Looked like a great app and was looking forward to going back to a Cubase sequencer for the first time since using an Atari ST back in the 90s. Unfortunately this app is absolutely unusable as it crashes continuously when trying to delete and create new instruments. I couldn’t even create new projects as it would just crash. I’m using a phone less than 6 months old with the latest version of android so the hardware should be able to cope. Please address these issues as this could be amazing

  36. Happy with it, occasionally crashes but remembers the project, so I’m not bugged by that occasional problem, all in all I find it the best sequencer I’ve used on Android, 5 stars.

  37. M K dice:

    A remarkably fully-featured DAW – on Android! Whilst it obviously won’t match full-fat Cubase in terms of features, it is still seriously impressive. Where Cubase is the basis for a professional recording studio, I like to think of Cubasis as being a modern take on the humble four-track tape recorder. With better fidelity, unlimited tracks and loads of real-time effects. Occasional glitches aside, it works nicely on my OnePlus6 (SD845) / UR22C audio interface and is updated often. I’m loving it!

  38. Fantastic to have cubasis on Android. Handles performance well, great as a sketchpad, to then export out later either to cubase or as separate audio. 2 Bugs ive found though – When importing my own samples into the sampler, they work fiue, however, when a project is existed and loaded back in, the samples have change to 10 second or so white noise. Also on separate track mixdown, i notice that sometimes, the end audio tail of the previous track starts on the next track.

  39. Sur Sargam dice:

    Cubasis 3 is a great DAW application I am using this Cubasis 3 DAW application is very good like the PC version Cubase 10.5 Pro but there are some things missing if you add them to this application it will be better I am very happy to have Cubasis 3 application, Thank you so much

  40. It’s good would be really cool if it was possible to integrate vst plugins but for making basic tracks it’ll do.

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