Cubasis is one of the most powerful mobile DAWs around, with the kind of functionality you might normally only expect to find in a desktop system. In this 4 minute video from the course Cubasis 101 – Make A Track In Cubasis, longtime Cubase producer Hollin Jones explains how to quickly check through the project settings when starting a new track in Cubasis for iPad. Starting with the BPM, you can tap the tempo or enter a value manually and even change the time signature. Record mode options also let you change the way recording and overdubs are handled, for greater flexibility.
After running you through some basic interface conventions including locator placement and playhead control, Hollin reveals how to set different snap values and even turn snapping off altogether. The metronome is easy to activate and you’ll see how to set a count-in to recording and record arm a track. With just a few taps you can set your project up so that your sessions run smoothly : find out how with this video, and check out the other videos in the course for a more detailed guide to this amazing app!
Make A Track In Cubasis
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 already own Cubasis then this course will take you to next level. If you’re a Cubase user then sit back and see how you can use Cubasis to kickstart your productions. But even if you simply have an iPad and are looking for a powerful app to record and produce when your feeling inspired while untethered to 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!