Cubase iC Pro
The most advanced Cubase remote control app — available for iOS and Android
Connecting deeper to Cubase than any other app, Cubase iC Pro is the most advanced Cubase control app with a clear focus on recording, making it your very personal recording assistant. The project overview page and the mixer allow you to see your project as you know it from Cubase, while the key command page gives you a powerful tool to set up your most-used keyboard shortcuts and macros. Up to four dedicated cue mixes can be set up with Cubase iC Pro, giving you the freedom to adjust your own mix with a phone or tablet.
Keeping the overview
Project page with project overview
Cubase iC Pro features the project overview you know from Cubase. It allows you to see your Cubase project right on your phone and tablet.
Cubase iC Pro always stays in sync with your Cubase project: if you add or remove tracks or markers in Cubase, the project page will automatically update the overview to reflect the changes.
- Easily navigate through the project via one finger scrolling gesture
- Set and jump to left and right locators
- Set and navigate to markers
- Tap to tempo
- Time-based ruler
- Turn metronome on/off
- Play, record, cycle, forward, rewind and jump to project start
- Zoom in and out with two finger pinch gesture
Right on cue
Mixer with up to four independent cue mixes
Cubase iC Pro provides a mixing environment that assists you when producing your recording mixes, but also lets you set up up to four individual headphone mixes using Cubase’s Control Room. Recording or rehearsing with musicians has never been that easy. This means that musicians carrying a supported phone or tablet can adjust their own mix independently!
The mixer inside Cubase iC Pro streamlines each channel and displays only the most important features needed to record remotely.
- Volume fader, pan, mute, solo, listen, record arm, track monitoring, read/write automation
- Three zoom modes
Find out more on the Cubase Control Room
Take the shortcut
Customizable key commands and macros
With Cubase iC Pro you can now create and manage your key commands and macros directly. No longer do you have to print the key commands’ names, sticking them on a dedicated keyboard. Simply select an empty slot and assign the shortcut you want. You can even store key command pages as presets for recall.
- Set up Cubase key commands
- Rename, recolor, reassign and delete buttons
- Factory preset pages with over 100 useful key commands
- Dedicated full screen mode (new in version 1.1)
New in version 1.2
- Tap a fader and move to the side (left or right) to reset its value to 0 dB.
- Tap on a pan slider and move to the top or to the bottom to reset its value to the center or move to other fixed positions.
- A sidebar menu was added on the mixer page to reset Mute/Solo/Listen/Read/Write states easily.
- Gain levels of channels are displayed when moving faders.
- Expanded folder tracks now appear as single tracks on project overview page.
Operating system & devices
- iOS 6 or higher
- iPhone 4
- iPhone 4s, 5
- iPad 2, 3, 4, Air
- iPad mini
- iPod touch 5
If you buy the iPhone version, you can download the iPad version for free.
- Android 4.0.3
- Android 4.0.4
- Android 4.1.2
- Android 4.3
ARM CPU required
For recommended Android devices, please view the list on the right side.
Cubase 6.5/7/7.5, Cubase Artist 6.5/7/7.5,
Cubase LE/AI/Elements 6/7
Cue mix functionality is only available together with Cubase 6.5/7/7.5.
Native 32-bit and 64-bit Cubase versions supported
Important notice for Android users:
We've tested Cubase iC Pro on the most popular Android devices. However, if your device is not on the list below, we recommend you to download the free, 30-day trial version to make sure the app works with your Android device.
Samsung Nexus 10'' (Android 4.3), LG Nexus 4 (Android 4.3), Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7'' (Android 4.1.2), Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10'' (Android 4.1.2), Samsung Galaxy S3 (Android 4.1.2), HTC Incredible S (Android 4.0.4), Acer Iconia (Android 4.0.3), Amazon Kindle Fire HD (Version 8.4.6)
Displays below 7" will show the phone version while displays above 7" will show the tablet version.