Please refer to the product page of Cubasis for the up to date list of compatible hardware.


Additional information on Inter-App Audio, Audiobus and CoreMIDI routing can be found here.

Inter-App Audio

Inter-App Audio is a universal routing system for iOS, allowing you to route audio, MIDI and effects between Cubasis (host) and compatible node apps in realtime. There are three basic types of nodes:

To use an Effect node in Cubasis, follow these steps:

  1. Select the track you wish to add an effect to.
  2. Open the track Inspector and select the the Insert or Send effects panel.
  3. Tap one of the slots and choose Inter-App. A list of available effect apps will appear. Select one to assign it.
  4. Tapping the app icon in the effect slot will take you to the app. From here you will be able to customize the effect and control Cubasis remotely.

To use an Instrument app, follow these steps:

  1. Tap the instrument icon on your desired MIDI track.
  2. Open the instrument browser to the left and expand the category Inter-App. Select an instrument of your choice.
  3. Once the instrument app is connected to Cubasis, the icon lights up and you are able to play the instrument on your Cubasis keyboard like any other. Tapping the icon will take you to the app directly for customization of the sound. Note: Instrument node apps cannot send MIDI information to Cubasis via Inter-App. To record MIDI from another app, use CoreMIDI instead.

To use Audio input, do the following:

  1. Select an audio track.
  2. Open the Inspector and open the Routing panel.
  3. Tap Input source (Mono by default) choose Inter-App. A list of available apps will appear.
  4. After assigning an app, its icon and name will appear in the input slot. Tap the icon to switch to the app.
  5. From here you can remotely record the generator's audio into Cubasis. Some generator apps can also act as instruments; however, they may only be connected once. Note: Monitoring must be enabled on Inter-App audio tracks. Background Audio must be enabled for both apps.

Limitations of Inter-App Audio routing:


Audiobus is an audio transfer app, allowing you to route audio material between Cubasis and other compatible apps in realtime.

Using Audiobus, you can

Having launched the Audiobus app, tap either the input or output port and choose Cubasis. You can add multiple apps to the input port. Initially, if the app isn't already running, the port is on standby. Tap the port again to launch the app.

When Audiobus is active, it provides an overlay interface for easy inter-app control. When Cubasis is in the background, it offers the following means of remote control:

Follow these steps to record audio from another app into Cubasis:

Follow these steps to record a Cubasis MIDI track played by another app:

For more information on the Audiobus product, please visit

MIDI via WiFi guide

Follow these steps to establish a WiFi MIDI connection with your computer: