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Another vote for Nuendo here

Discussion in 'Nuendo' started by siberiaguy, Oct 1, 2001.

  1. siberiaguy

    siberiaguy Guest

    I really like Nuendo! I used Samplitude 2496 for years until I tried Nuendo. I still use Samplitude for CD layout & burning but that's about it
    I use Nuendo for audio & midi recording, editing, mixing & Mastering. I now do all mixing internally within the DAW with absolute confidence.
    Using ASIO 2 drivers (very low latency)
    I can have many (over 24) tracks playing without any "sluggishness". And I just began using the Native VST instruments, which are VERY cool!
    Pentium III 933/500mb
    I use the UA PP Card with very nice results. It frees up lots more DSP horsepower for mixing & editing.
    I use a MOTU 2408 as an I/O.
    I use the Tascam US-428 as a control surface. It works well (I'm waiting to test drive the Houston)
    For the money, you just can't go wrong with this setup.
     
  2. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    Yes, Nuendo is very cool indeed...I also have the 428 running with Nuendo and love it..isnt it nice not to have to use the mouse so much?!!!
    Opus
     
  3. Doublehelix

    Doublehelix Well-Known Member

    OK...what's the difference between Nuendo and VST/32. I understand that Nuendo is the upper-end "flagship" product for Steinberg, but (in a nutshell), How would I benefit from moving from VST/32 to Nuendo (btw...I have absolutely *no* plans to do so ($$$), but since this is a "digital cafe" forum, I'd be interested to hear what I am missing out on! <g>
     
  4. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    What you're missing out on is a 32 bit mastering function, ability to import AVI, MPEG, Quicktime, Adobe Premiere and other video files right into the project window, Surround sound ability, Sample editor built in, amazing stability, OMF import(from pro tools or MX2424)better sync capabilities, and much much more...it's an amazing program that offers a lot to serious music creating geeks like us...I cant say enough about it..I'm glad to be one of the first ones in the US to have gotten the program too..this is no lie either!!
    Opus
     
  5. Adrenaline

    Adrenaline Guest

    I'm seriously thinking about switching from Samplitude to Nuendo but i've been using samplitude for a year now...will the transition be difficult and is the Nuend set up friendly? Also, how much better is a Motu i/o versus my soundblaster platinum soundcard...be east wit me aight. :)
     
  6. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    Nuendo is very user friendly...I was a Cubase user before so I had a little advantage to getting around Nuendo since it is similar in the layout. As far as I/O goes...yes a MOTU unit is going to be far greater than a soundblaster..in fact any dedicated soundcard for recording(like Echo, RME, Aardvark, MIDIMan) will be better than a soundblaster. Dynamic range..number of outputs and inputs, noise floor are a key factor here.
    The transition between programs is up to you and how easily you grasp the function or the ability to read a manual.
    Also...I have deleted your post from the computing section as offering bootlegged software in a public place is illegal and can get us in trouble. This is a very respected community for helping each other out. You want to share software....do it in private please and do not get us shut down or fined for sharing bootlegged programs. Thank you for understanding
    Opus
     

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