Whatever you think of the iPhone as a phone (and I happen to think mine is lacking somewhat in that role) as a mobile platform for Apps it excels, and has opened up a whole new opportunity for companies to release their wares in the format.
One of the latest to take the opportunity is macProVideo.com - purveyors of fine educational content.
In their recent newsletter, along with a smorgasbord of offerings, they've released Cubase 101 as an App - here's what they say...
"Our Cubase 101: Core Cubase tutorials are now available as a stand-alone iPhone app. You can download this app from the iTunes App Store for just $9.99!
This app contains the same content as the Cubase 101: Core Cubase tutorials available on our web site, except the videos have been formatted for true education-on-the-go. Learn Cubase while commuting to work or school, while sitting in a cafe, or wherever you may be with your iPhone and a few extra minutes on your hands."
Richard Nichols gives us a detailed overview of their new oscillator