Steinberg's Cubase and Nuendo have incredibly powerful automation tools and features, and with this comprehensive guide you can become a master of using them. Read on to find out how.
Nuendo is Steinberg's flagship audio suite: more than a DAW, it's got feet planted firmly in the film and game audio worlds too. Matt Vanacoro wonders if he can live without it now...
Steinberg tell us that Nuendo 7 post-production software now delivers seamless audio integration with Nokia virtual reality capture camera system, OZO. Immersive audio production takes a step forward.
What better way to record live multi-track audio on your Yamaha QL and TF series consoles than to use Steinberg's Nuendo Live? And now Nuendo Live is included with every console in the series.
Version 7 of Steinberg’s Nuendo platform incorporates new features from Cubase Pro 8 and myriad of other powerful tools for musicians and producers alike. Matthew Loel T. Hepworth explores what's new.
Steinberg release new version of Nuendo including integration with Audiokinetic Wwise, re-conforming for audio-to-picture post work, VCA fader support, advanced project collaboration tools, and more.
Partnering with Audiokinetic at this year’s GDC, Steinberg revealed a first glimpse of the next iteration of Nuendo, with many new features, Audiokinetic Wwise integration and a focus on game audio.
The latest point update for Nuendo post and audio production software adds refinements and new features designed to help serve the demands brought to post-production engineers.
With Cubase 7 being a powerhouse of a DAW, some might ask how Steinberg's Nuendo can better it. Matt Loel T. Hepworth examines all of Nuendo 6's new features and compares it to Cubase 7.
If you have done research into how the Pro's approach Mixing, you've undoubtedly come across information such as to Mix at low levels, listening to your mix in mono and how important it is to give you