Sorry, those are just the system requirements for Cubasis 3 for Android taken from the Steinberg website. None of my devices are compatible, which is why I’m interested in knowing what others have successfully used … i.e. if I want to use Cubasis 3 for Android, I will have to purchase a device.
Samsung S10+ with 68 tracks (not all playing at the same time!). 48kHz 24bit. Quite a few mastering plugins going. And it certainly works…but still suffering from the clicks/pops issue when playing back.
Mixdown is clean though.
Mastering plugins sound good to me Shelf EQ > master strip (multiband compressor, stereo imager and loudness maximiser) > Brickwall (post fader) on master and very pleased.
Just these damn clicks/pops - if that can be solved then I’m very happy.
Managed to connect Steinberg UR22 interface which was a nice surprise. No setup just plug it in with a simple otg cable. Routing options are limited. You can’t select audio device or inputs. So it’s input 1 as mono or inputs 1/2 as stereo. In fact you can’t even tell what’s used as audio device from within Cubasis. I guess it’s down to phone settings and what it presents as audio device to applications.
Also tried a midi keyboard connected via usb. In my case it was Alesis vi49 but I think any plug and play midi controller would work.
Overall I’m quite happy with this app. One thing I’m still struggling with is the audio recording offset compensation. Each time I try to calibrate it it gives me different results.
I try to connect the UR22 to a Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, but can’t receive any input signal. But even if I try it with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ internal microphone I can’t receive any signal. Now I have this really nice software, but I can’t record any analog signal.
I think there must be a way. I can’t believe that the Galaxy Note10+ is missing in the compatibility list……
That is the fundamental problem … there is no compatibility list.
[rant] This thread is the nearest you are likely to get. None of my devices are compatible (according to the Google Play store), therefore I would have to buy a new device, but imagine going into the kind of (box-shifting) store that sells tablets and asking for a “64-bit CPU tablet supporting arm64-v8a ABI”. Online is no better … pages and pages on manufacturer’s websites about how their products will improve your life, won’t steal your girlfriend, free photogenic dog and kids jumping into swimming pools but no real technical specifications (perhaps because in reality they’ve just rebadged some generic device and don’t really know themselves). I suspect they would call security, or some people in white coats. [/rant]
My brain is hurting just trying to find info on manufacturer and sellers sites. Bugger all info . The only way to find the info is to do a specific search for the phone or tablet and Wikipedia usually has the info.
Ran fine on a note 8 running android 9
Have since upgraded to s10 plus on android 10
Cannot record audio through phones mic, which for me defeats the purpose of the software totally.
Also experiencing the clicks on playback which turning off WiFi solves…
Overall I couldn’t be more pissed off with the whole affair…
Do I shout scream and get a refund? or do I wait for a fix? Will there ever be a fix??
Confusing and depressingly familiar…
In regards to the Samsung S10 click issues, de-activating WiFi when using Cubasis seems to resolve the problem.
One of our users (“robinwebb”) added the following suggestion regarding the topic:
One “set and forget” workaround in the interim is to use Bixby routines and set up a routine that turns off WiFi when starting the Cubasis application
The next Cubasis for Android 3.1.2 will add the option to select the audio input source.
We are able to share the current beta version with you, if you want to give it a try to see if it solves the current mic recording issue.
I´m using Cubasis 3 with Android 9 on a Nokia 5. Recently i bought a TC-Helicon Go Solo and recorded audio with it. It seems to work proberly but I haven´t tried midi support yet. Maybe first you have to start your Phone/Tablet connected with your device so it will be recognised. At least that´s what I had to do. Cubasis 3 is also working on my Lenovo Tab M10 TB-X605F. I hope this helps.
Thanks for that. Apparently the M10 is no longer available but I’ll keep an eye out for a second-hand one. There’s a new M10 “FHD Plus 2nd Gen” but I can get a laptop for that money – and I already have several laptops, with Cubase Elements on them.