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Discussion in 'Recording' started by nandoph8, Nov 24, 2004.

  1. nandoph8

    nandoph8 Active Member

    Can you use protools hd hardware with nuendo? Basically just use the hardware as your converter and interface
     
  2. johnwy

    johnwy Well-Known Member

    in a word- yes. Version 3.0 will be out soon but version 2 pc/mac version can interface with digidesign hardware if you have the correct drivers.

    here is the faq page for 2.0 on the steinberg website that has all the info:

    http://www.steinberg.net/docloader_sb.asp?templ=10&doclink=/WebVideo/nuendo20pcmac/English(US)/doc/NuendoFAQs.htm&Product_ID=2024&Langue_ID=7&loc=doc193

    whew!

    memorize the link address........there will be a test on it later!
     
  3. iznogood

    iznogood Member

    yes but there is limitations...

    if you're using 10.2 you get 18 i/o.... but for some strange reason only 8 in 10.3
     
  4. dustbro

    dustbro Guest

    The latency is also not very friendly with the Digi ASIO driver.
     
  5. Randyman...

    Randyman... Well-Known Member

    Why? Just curious...

    :cool:
     
  6. dustbro

    dustbro Guest

    Many people are buying HD rigs to be compatible, and then Running the Nuendo software because they like it better.
     
  7. sheet

    sheet Well-Known Member

    Well, those people are morons IMNSHO. Nuendo doesn't do all that it is supposed to do on it's own so why make it worse using Digi hardware?

    There are too many serious bugs for me to consider using Nuendo (which I do as well as PT HD) for anything more than a tape machine. Latency, graphical errors representing waves, loss of layers, shrinking of sound files through SRC, crappy SRC, etc. The list goes on. Do a google search, visit http://www.3daudioinc.com and the Nuendo user's forums for the ever expanding list.

    Now, I do see the logic (npi) in using MOTU with Digi hardware/sessions. That works well.
     

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