Steinberg Nuendo V2 2 0 35 Incl Surround Edition Free _BEST_ Download
Steinberg Nuendo V2 2 0 35 Incl Surround Edition Free Download
it would be great if steinberg recognised that the way we record and edit music is changing, as it’s a natural part of how we work as musicians. the only way in which nuendo can adapt to the new ways in which we work is by acknowledging that recording and editing multiple takes is now a natural part of how many artists work. so it would be great to see them recognise this and create a simple recording and editing workflow that would enable the user to make a’simple’ recording that could be saved to disk with the ability to make different takes on it across multiple tracks. this would enable the user to make a recording of a performance, for example, and then have the ability to make multiple takes on that same recording later on. it would also encourage the user to be able to make multiple takes on a single track or multiple tracks, if they so wished, without having to have to record the take(s) again. if this feature was added to nuendo 2, i would be very interested to hear from users how they like the feature and how they use it. this would be the greatest way for nuendo to move forward with more immediate opportunities to better adapt to the way artists work.
another change is that the name of the default track is no longer ‘master’, but ‘audio track 0’. steinberg also made the pop-up menu for the track’s encoder default to ‘lrcs’, when previously it was ‘lrcs with vst processing’. although this may seem like a small change, it will make a huge difference when you want to use nuendo as a vst plug-in for other daws.
in order to get the most out of steinberg’s nuendo 2, a midi hardware controller would be essential for recording, especially if you are working with the default configuration, which is to have all the midi tracks routed to the same midi track of a midi track list. in that case, the 64-button keyboard may seem a bit much, but it can be a great way of making your work more efficient, by having all the control data and parameter data from midi devices routed through one track. it is also recommended for recording alongside nuendo 2 to ensure that the 64-button keyboard is placed adjacent to nuendo 2’s midi keyboard, in order to minimize its potential for user error.
so why can steinberg’s vision for nuendo 2 not be fulfilled, at least in its current form? first, the vst instrument option in nuendo 2 is a somewhat-broken implementation of steinberg’s virtual instrument processor technology, which was created with the aim of providing a set of ‘virtual instruments’ (vis) that would plug into the nuendo 2 mixer. as the current state of this application currently only allows you to route sound from the vis into the mixer and out to the output, this is not a very efficient way of doing things, as vis are typically intended to provide processing of audio that is routed to their own mixer and output channels. currently, there is no way of routing a sound from a vi to its own mixer and output without first taking that sound out of a mix and routing it into the mixer and output. secondly, nuendo 2 does not support the full range of midi controllers such as the roland mpc series, which means that nuendo 2 cannot be used as a controller-based recording or production platform, as the necessary controllers are not compatible with steinberg’s software. finally, steinberg have not yet released a version of nuendo 2 that is available for os x, as well as windows xp, os x, and beos.
all in all, nuendo 2 is a fantastic step forwards in the audio production world, whether you are using it for a project or for a hobby, and will be a must-have addition to any system. in terms of its compatibility, steinberg have a long list of applications that will work with nuendo 2, and steinberg are currently working on the linux and beos versions of nuendo 2, with new versions planned for the third quarter of 2002. this should mean that the nuendo 2 will become even more compatible with other software applications, and there is nothing to stop you from trying it out for yourself. if you are working with nuendo 2, make sure to check out the 64-button midi controller, as it is a truly great addition.