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Well done Steinberg

Post by I U Studios » Thu Nov 15, 2012 1:23 pm

Well done

Can't wait for Nuendo 6. Workflow is going to be so much better.

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Re: Well done Steinberg

Post by MattiasNYC » Thu Nov 15, 2012 4:22 pm

Bredo wrote:
I U Studios wrote:Well done

Can't wait for Nuendo 6. Workflow is going to be so much better.

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Deon
How do you know? :?
That certainly wasn't the case when updating from N4 to N5.
It's personal. In my opinion 4 to 5 was a big step forward. On the other hand though it seems it was maybe a bigger step than this, but not as "good looking".
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Re: Well done Steinberg

Post by Hopetown » Fri Nov 16, 2012 8:56 am

I found many subtle enhancements to N5 helpful over N4. Perhaps that will happen again. One thing that would be particularly nice is to be able to have the inserts and sends in one window.

The main improvement I was hoping for was the track grouping which wasn't delivered unfortunately. Frankly the edit grouping is tedious in the current GUI as well although at least it's there at all. These were features that Pro Tools simply got right. I don't know if there are trademark issues but SB really needs to just suck it up and copy them.
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Re: Well done Steinberg

Post by psvennevig » Fri Nov 16, 2012 9:50 pm

Bredo wrote:
I U Studios wrote:Well done

Can't wait for Nuendo 6. Workflow is going to be so much better.

Regards

Deon
How do you know? :?
That certainly wasn't the case when updating from N4 to N5.
We agree to disagree :-)
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Re: Well done Steinberg

Post by MattiasNYC » Fri Nov 16, 2012 10:45 pm

Hopetown wrote:I found many subtle enhancements to N5 helpful over N4. Perhaps that will happen again. One thing that would be particularly nice is to be able to have the inserts and sends in one window.
I think I read somewhere that you can see both now.
Hopetown wrote:The main improvement I was hoping for was the track grouping which wasn't delivered unfortunately. Frankly the edit grouping is tedious in the current GUI as well although at least it's there at all. These were features that Pro Tools simply got right. I don't know if there are trademark issues but SB really needs to just suck it up and copy them.
Yeah, they could have done that maybe. At least this appears to be better than what we had before. Can even create some quasi-VCA out of it I guess.
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Re: Well done Steinberg

Post by Domilik » Fri Nov 16, 2012 11:27 pm

Wouldn't it be great, if we could choose whether we want

a) this 1,5GB of sound effects library, or
b) let's say: 300MB of new postpro impulse-responses for REVerence

?

Idea: It could all be within the installation, and the choice is beeing unlocked on dongle... ;)
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Re: Well done Steinberg

Post by psvennevig » Sat Nov 17, 2012 10:00 am

Domilik wrote:Wouldn't it be great, if we could choose whether we want

a) this 1,5GB of sound effects library, or
b) let's say: 300MB of new postpro impulse-responses for REVerence

?

Idea: It could all be within the installation, and the choice is beeing unlocked on dongle... ;)
He he, agreed. But I really think they could give us both.

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Re: Well done Steinberg

Post by DG » Sat Nov 17, 2012 10:15 am

psvennevig wrote:
Domilik wrote:Wouldn't it be great, if we could choose whether we want

a) this 1,5GB of sound effects library, or
b) let's say: 300MB of new postpro impulse-responses for REVerence

?

Idea: It could all be within the installation, and the choice is beeing unlocked on dongle... ;)
He he, agreed. But I really think they could give us both.

P
Or neither, but some useful tempo/music features instead? ;)

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Re: Well done Steinberg

Post by MattiasNYC » Sat Nov 17, 2012 2:20 pm

DG wrote:
psvennevig wrote:
Domilik wrote:Wouldn't it be great, if we could choose whether we want

a) this 1,5GB of sound effects library, or
b) let's say: 300MB of new postpro impulse-responses for REVerence

?

Idea: It could all be within the installation, and the choice is beeing unlocked on dongle... ;)
He he, agreed. But I really think they could give us both.

P
Or neither, but some useful tempo/music features instead? ;)

DG
Or, seeing that this is the nuendo forum and that it's a post application, how about vca's, groups you can label and functioning.aaf import so we actually have something to work on in the first place?
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Re: Well done Steinberg

Post by DG » Sat Nov 17, 2012 3:22 pm

Lydiot wrote:
DG wrote: Or neither, but some useful tempo/music features instead? ;)

DG
Or, seeing that this is the nuendo forum and that it's a post application, how about vca's, groups you can label and functioning.aaf import so we actually have something to work on in the first place?
I would have posted in the Cubase forum, but guess what; even though I have paid for the NEK and am therefore a legitimate music user, I am not allowed to. Usual Steinberg BS. :roll:

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