I work with Cubase 9.5 pro in my recording studio and need to continue working in my android tablets and smartphone.
It’s a BIG NECESSITY for me, as I’m constantly on the road, gigging, and need to remember and rearrange my bass lines and piano compositions on the train, bus, metro, in a car, etc.
I’ve never had Apple. It’s not for me, and also for the 85% and 66% of phone and tablet users, respectively.
Please, Steinberg. This is very disappointing. As martytess said, it has no logic. If you don’t reconsider it or offer us an explanation, I will consider working with another software (and I’m one of the older ones… I started with Cubase 5 VST/32 Producer Pack, in year 2000)
Thanks in advance for your reply, Steinberg. I’ll wait it.
Cubase iC Pro for Android has been discontinued mid of 2015, since the current available solution back then did not match to the Steinberg standards.
We keep up monitoring the markets. For now, I have no further information available, in regards to upcoming Android apps.
I’ve tried TeamViewer on my Nexus-7. While it is nice to see Nuendo running on it, the controls are far too small to be practical. Also, with regard to Cue mixes for the musicians, it gives each musician full access to Nuendo which is far to dangerous. With icPro each musician can be given access to only the tracks they need to hear so they can create their own individual mixes.
I don’t know if this will help anyone, but I have managed to get iC pro going again on my Nexus-6 Android.
This is how:
Go to the Devices menu in Nuendo/Cubase and select “Device Setup…”
Select “Steinberg SKI Remote” from the pop-up list and leave the dialog open
Launch Chrome on your Android device and enter the SECOND http address shown at the bottom in the “Nuendo/Cubase device setup”. If I enter the first http address it does not work, but if I enter the second one, in full, it does work : ‘http://xxx.xxx.x.xx:xxxxx’
I will update for anyone on Cubase 9 or higher that it’s Studio > Studio Setup > Steinberg SKI Remote (Under Remote Devices). There is only one IP address now under the main Devices box (in rather small print) and it worked for me first time using Firefox on an Android phone (Cubase is running under Windows 10). I was expecting my phone to show up in the Devices box once connected, but it didn’t. Worked quite well though.
Cubase iC Pro for Android at some point? Presonus have for Studio One, and work really great, so to do it is cleary possible. Come on guys, 2022 and lots of amazing technology available (also for Android).
Would be nice. If an Android app is difficult, at least the Yamaha QL/CL mixer style (full control iPad for the pro and limited Android for the musicians) would suffice. It would be great if the musicians could control their own cue mixes!