malekmusic wrote:may i ask why there is no stop key? its so important. yes i know you can press the play key again to stop, but with a stop button you are able to return to your last starting point. without that stop key the whole transport section is not useful for me. another question: why am i not able to open to channel editor with that app, or at least to select a channel ?????
that beeing said, im so happy that app finaly came. unfortunatly its very laggy on my s4, but i guess you will fix that.
I installed it all on my PC.
I have my PC connected to a wifi router through a lan-cable.
when I connect my android Phone with the IP adress, it makes connection, but then it asks for a password.
What could that be?
Andi wrote:Got IC Pro installed without issue (just had to restart Cubase 7.5 after adding the SKI Remote device). On a Nexus 7 the app acts like the iPhone app - so no split screens which is a bit of a disappointment. I also don't appear to be able to drag/zoom the project window vertically, nor the mixer horizontally which would have been useful. That said, for the cost it's probably worth having just for the remote transport and cmd keys.
Surely it would make more sense if this was determined by screen resolution, and not physical size? The Nexus 7 2013 has a resolution of 1920x1200, yet there is only the smartphone display? Another way to look at it is, how many people have 7" smartphones, seriously?crohde wrote:The Nexus 7 has a screen size of about 7". Up to about 8" the smartphone version is displayed
Another way to look at it is, how many people have 7" smartphones, seriously?
Soapmak3r wrote:I tried the demo last night on my Samsung S3 and it seems very underwhelming to me.
Some things that don't make sense:
No ability to change the time line to 'bars + beats'.
The loop indicators don't lock to anything, making the ability to adjust them useless.
You cannot create new midi/audio tracks.
You cannot arm, or select or even see midi/audio tracks in the track view.
There is no stop button to allow you to return to the start of your recording.
Hitting 'back' does not take you to the last window, it always takes you to the 'select computer' window for whatever reason.
To me, it seems like TouchDAW is just as full featured as this, and costs about a quarter of the price...I was looking forward to this software, but am failing to see the incentive to buy it here.
Lydiot wrote:Am I understanding it correctly that my computer requires a wireless device to be installed and that iC Pro only communicates via a "direct" ad hoc to the computer running Cubendo?
In other words no way of using this app by running the tablet through the wireless router and the host computer running wired to the same device?
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