When we talk about Cubasis we are talking about bigger words, a professional program for editing audio and music in general, a platform that costs 50 dollars both in its iOs version and in its android version.
That is the novelty, its presence in the Google store, since until now it was only available for iPhone and iPad.
With the program we can create, record, mix and share music in a very short time, from the mobile or tablet, compatible with DAW and MIDI… we have the complete list of functions at www.steinberg.net/cubasis.
In the android version we have unlimited number of audio and MIDI tracks, a 32-bit floating point audio engine, audio I / O resolution up to 24-bit / 48 kHz, Micrologue virtual analog synthesizer with 126 ready-to-use presets , 120 virtual instrument sounds, from acoustic piano to a variety of drums, miniSampler for creating our own instruments, mixer with studio quality channel per track and 17 effects processors, fully automatable DJ-like Spin FX effect plug-in, over 550 MIDI and timestretch compatible audio loops, virtual keyboard, chords and drum pads with intuitive note repetition, audio editor and MIDI editor with MIDI CC support, MIDI editor for fast and efficient programming and editing of MIDI tracks … Is not an editor built for beginners, as most of us will not use even 5% of everything it includes.
Once the job is created, we can export it to Cubase, Google Drive, external hard drives, wireless flash drives, Dropbox, and more.
Although I would never spend $ 50 to bundle tracks (I can already do that with audacity for free), I do recognize that having a sound deck for that price can help a lot of people who work in the music world, and the android version It is something that has been asking for a long time.