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Re: Nuendo 6.5 now shipping

Posted: Fri Jul 25, 2014 5:55 pm
by cjadams
Well cubase and nuendo are very similar..I have always liked both. but went with Nuendo + NEK best of both worlds if you can afford the 2000 to start with. If your running a business you can easily write that off or do enough projects to pay for it. Should be a no brainer.

Re: Nuendo 6.5 now shipping

Posted: Fri Jul 25, 2014 7:43 pm
by iBM
cjadams wrote:Well cubase and nuendo are very similar..I have always liked both. but went with Nuendo + NEK best of both worlds if you can afford the 2000 to start with. If your running a business you can easily write that off or do enough projects to pay for it. Should be a no brainer.
It used to be a no brainer, when Nuendo had a superior GUI over Cubase.

I am a musicproducer/engineer only, and have been using both Cubase and Nuendo in paralell since both versions 1 (SX1 and N1.6). Obviously written off, during the 15 years I have been running my own studio ;-)

But as said, finally I can see the line between the Music and Post app (as Steinberg has touted for years). So, for the first time my choice was easy, going all Cubase from here (if they do something with the Mixer and CR), and ommiting the "leapfrogging".

Congrats on Nuendo 6.5 (I will of corse look into it ;-)). Good luck, and a happy weekend to all at Steinberg and in the forum.

Re: Nuendo 6.5 now shipping

Posted: Sun Jul 27, 2014 2:27 am
by aashton
I have a couple of Nuendo licences as I kept a Nuendo 2.0 "just in case" - I noticed that the option to upgrade has changed from being 2 and 3 to latest version + NEK to just version 3 to latest + NEK. Have I missed the boat, have the birds flown has my emergency recovery plan bitten the dust ?

All the best - Andrew

Re: Nuendo 6.5 now shipping

Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2014 3:17 am
by Getalife2
aashton wrote:I have a couple of Nuendo licences as I kept a Nuendo 2.0 "just in case" - I noticed that the option to upgrade has changed from being 2 and 3 to latest version + NEK to just version 3 to latest + NEK. Have I missed the boat, have the birds flown has my emergency recovery plan bitten the dust ?

All the best - Andrew
Exactly my issue, as well. Fortunately, I have both a 2 and a 3 license. It's unfortunate that they removed this option.

Re: Nuendo 6.5 now shipping

Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2014 3:26 am
by Getalife2
iBM wrote:
But as said, finally I can see the line between the Music and Post app (as Steinberg has touted for years). So, for the first time my choice was easy, going all Cubase from here (if they do something with the Mixer and CR), and ommiting the "leapfrogging".

Congrats on Nuendo 6.5 (I will of corse look into it ;-)). Good luck, and a happy weekend to all at Steinberg and in the forum.
Best to you as well. I am also a music producer using Nuendo instead of Cubase. I was going to comment here about why I will continue with Nuendo, but I will start a new thread to keep this one cleaner.

You seem a good guy. I apologize if I leaned in too hard, earlier.

Re: Nuendo 6.5 now shipping

Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2014 9:20 am
by iBM
Getalife2 wrote:
iBM wrote:
But as said, finally I can see the line between the Music and Post app (as Steinberg has touted for years). So, for the first time my choice was easy, going all Cubase from here (if they do something with the Mixer and CR), and ommiting the "leapfrogging".

Congrats on Nuendo 6.5 (I will of corse look into it ;-)). Good luck, and a happy weekend to all at Steinberg and in the forum.
Best to you as well. I am also a music producer using Nuendo instead of Cubase. I was going to comment here about why I will continue with Nuendo, but I will start a new thread to keep this one cleaner.

You seem a good guy. I apologize if I leaned in too hard, earlier.
No worries. I have been taking a beating in this forum for roughly 14 years :lol:

It would be interesting to see why you will choose Nuendo instead of Cubase.
For me it used to be Nuendo all the way. Up until C6 and N5, Nuendo always had the better GUI (it just felt better for some reason).
As I also have an edit suite going, equiped with Cubase, it will be easier to go Cubase only for both places. A bit less money spent (but not a real issue).

I'm a good guy.....nah. I'm an old grumpy guy (soon to be retired) :)

Re: Nuendo 6.5 now shipping

Posted: Thu Aug 07, 2014 2:30 pm
by Brandy
Getalife2 wrote:Really, I was just wondering if/hoping that we could congratulate the release of 6.5 for maybe one whole day before getting back into , "I'm unhappy because"......"they should have done this differently"........., etc".

I'm sure many people at Steinberg have worked very hard to to make 6.5. I will guarantee sleep was lost getting 6.5 out the door. They are humans. I think treating them as such and simply saying "thanks" here and there is the right thing to do.
Well, I am really getting your point. And I have to say that I am quite happy with Nuendo 6.5 so far, in an overall view - it is a great app - like 6.0, 5.5. 5.0 and so on. But I do have all kinds of issues in the moment so I sadly have to say: I am NOT happy.

When 95% of the stuff is awesome, but 5 % is not working - and I need those 5% - then I am allowed to be unhappy?

Check this:

http://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtop ... 94&t=62764