eagerly a waiting to splash my cash on the latest tablet just for this bad boy ,come on Steinberg hurry up I only have a few nappies left
Thanks for that information I look forward to the release
BUMP (Its Q3…)
Wouldn’t it be possible to just open the Cubase Control Surface SDK to the public? I bet that there will be half a dozen useable Cubase control surfaces out there within the first week of the release!
…nd this way it would be possible that someone brings the CC121 to the standards of 2013 as well.
Nothing news so far, the plan is still to release the app on Q3.
You’ve been running the “coming soon” headline since January. It’s been 8 months. Your credibility is starting to crumble… Meanwhile Android tablets are up 164% and iPads down -14%.
Lieber eine Version die auch funktioniert statt halbe Sachen.Dann lieber warten.
Das ist richtig Freunde, get it right 1. Mal
Regarding the info you have given, have you even started coding or is this just nonsense?
I really need this app. I’m currently using TouchDAW, and while it works ok (in a limited way) I’d really appreciate it if this was released sooner rather than later. I think it would really help my productivity.
Another curious user here. Any update on release date?
Seriouly guys, everyone I know has switched to the Samsung Galaxy S4. Apple is so 2012. Where’s the Android app?
My trusty Tranzport is dying - would love to see the android version of iC Pro!
It hasn’t been abandoned, has it?
I kind of agree…I’m an iPhone 5 and iPad user but my son has the Galaxy S4 and that thing is really amazing. The iPad is a big thing for me but the phone I really just use as a phone. The S4 can almost replace the iPad except for its size in my view and…it’s a phone
The issue at hand is latency. Until Steinberg find a workable solution, we’re in for a long wait
I’m on Android so I haven’t tried this of course;
What latency are you referring to?
I’ve been using TouchDAW for a couple of years now, on an HTC Desire and now on a Galaxy S3 and have had zero issues with latency on either phones or Android versions.
What you are referring to is latency relating to virtual instruments which might be an issue on Android devices, but who in their right mind uses virtual instruments on a tablet/smartphone anyway? They are gimmicks at best.
Exactly, OSC and TouchDAW work ok, other than they are not well supported by the devs. But, what does work, does not suffer from latency, just crappy ported coding. Now, I know how the Apple folks felt after all those years of having crappy windows ports.
The only latency worth discussing gents and ladies.
Audio latency. Time between making a change at the interface level and observing a sound at the output. Different Android products have additional interface layers as well… Samsung is not exactly Sony, nor is HTC = LG or Motorola