Hi - I went through Steinberg’s youtube vids, and Dom Sigalas’ as well, sorry if I missed an answer to this question somewhere in there …
I’d like to be completely mobile (in other words, not traveling with a USB-microphone or USB audio card interface, external interface, cables, etc.), so I can sit down at a piano anywhere and be able to record piano and vocals into Cubasis using only my Android phone’s built-in mic.
Is that possible, and if so, how would I tell Cubasis to use the Android phone’s built-in mic as the input?
Yes, you can use the built-in mic. That’s what it does by default.
Thanks for your message.
I’d suggest to give the freely downloadable Cubasis LE 3 Trial Android version a try with your given device.
The trial version comes with a smaller set of Cubasis and runs in a 30 minute demo mode, which can be restarted as often as you like. Simply delete tracks of the preloaded demo project and go ahead with your testings.
Hope that helps!
@LSlowak @misohoza , thanks for your reply!
I’ll do the LE to start. I just want to get an audio file into Cubase 12 Pro, using it as a library of ideas, and ultimately as a starting point for working on the project. Not worried (hardly) at all about sound quality for that purpose!