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Steinberg Releases Cubase iC iPhone & iPod Touch App

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OSC / MIDI controller for iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad from Steinberg belonging to the Cubase series

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Steinberg Media Technologies has announced the release of its Cubase iC remote controller application, which runs on Apple iPhone and iPod Touch products.

Cubase iC is designed to provide comprehensive control for Steinberg’s Cubase and Cubase Studio 5.0.1 Music Production Systems and is now available free of charge through the Apple iTunes Store.

“Cubase iC supports a large range of functions, including comprehensive transport control, as well as the unique Cubase Arranger functionality, allowing iPhone and iPod Touch owners to play segments of a production live, display the song position and chain status and use the Jump control to skip to a predefined song section, ” explained Helge Vogt, Steinberg’s Product Marketing Manager for Cubase.

Cubase iC is based on the Steinberg Kernel Interface (SKI) technology for seamless integration into the Cubase software core. Cubase iC controls Cubase 5.0.1 and Cubase Studio 5.0.1 running on both Mac OS X and Windows platforms.

The pre-release version of Cubase iC was known as Cubase RC.

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