Steinberg’s Cubasis 2 for iPad is like having Cubase in your pocket… or at least in your backpack. This touch-optimized music and recording app is filled with features that’ll surprise and inspire you. Learn Cubasis right now with Hollin Jones!
If you use Cubase (or even if you don’t) you’ll find that Cubasis 2 for iPad brings a lot of powerful production, recording and even performance tools to the world of touch! There are unlimited MIDI tracks, dozens of audio inputs and outputs and so many pro features that we decided to bring on Cubase expert Hollin Jones to explain and explore them.
If you’re already a Cubase user then sit back and see how you can use Cubasis to kickstart your productions and take them to the next level. But even if you simply have an iPad and are looking for a powerful app to record and produce with when you're feeling inspired AND while untethered from your studio, then Cubasis might be for you too!
See what Cubasis is all about in this in-depth course by expert trainer Hollin Jones!
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djim wrote on November 25, 2018
highly recommended quick course on using cubasis 2 for the ipad. hollin does a great job of explaining all of the features available on this powerful little app. his descriptions and visuals help get the points across effectively. while the app is fairly straightforward, watching this course will get you to some of the cooler features hidden under the hood.
Ivan Dubinsky wrote on March 10, 2018
I enjoyed this course and feels it covers all the basics adequately to get one up and running with the app. I would like to see a more comprehensive course that goes into more depth, perhaps covering how to use Cubasis in conjunction with other apps via Audiobus, more in depth mixing discussion, etc. While this is a very good course, I think the app has enough depth and capability to warrant more tutorials.
Pejovoi wrote on June 18, 2017
Great course, compact and clear. Work through the stuff Hollin demonstrates as you go and you can go from scratch to being able to use Cubasis with ease and fluency. That's how it was for me - after having had Cubasis on my iPad for a while before and not really knowing what to do with it. So this has really opened Cubasis up for me. He does refer to Cubase occasionally but you don't need to know anything about that to follow this.