Thanks for the update.
Cubasis 2/3 on my 2018 iPad Pro 12.9 has become the center of my studio. Creating and editing automation curves as well as doing other edits for longer periods of time is just a joy with the Apple Pencil.
One thing I’d like to throw out there, though, and this is something that you’re going to hear from me a bit during 2020 is … I firmly believe that Cubasis 3 should not be limited to just “mobile” production status. I’m using it because it’s a “touch based” production platform — not because I want to make music on my iPhone (which honestly holds very little appeal for me). Not only does a single iPad Pro integrate into a streamlined setup much more nicely than a typical PC/Mac setup with screens, keyboard, mouse, CPU, etc., it’s infinitely more direct, focused and tactile like an instrument than all those separate pieces. And because it’s so much tidier and smaller, it can be front and center without dominating the setup.
I think the Cubasis team is doing a great job of making a “touch-based” DAW, and I hope additional pro features aren’t limited just because it’s the “mobile version” of Cubase. Leave “mobile” status to the iPhone version or to a “lite,” more locked-down version of Cubasis 3. Musicians are buying iPads for their studios (and will do so only more as these devices continue to grow in screen size as well as offer better support for a second monitor, etc.) and leaving them plunked right there. That’s what I’m doing, and it’s because I absolutely don’t want a desktop computer in my studio.
Just some food for thought …