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Nuendo SyncStation Stage Visual

Advanced SD/HD Hardware Synchronizer

Nuendo SyncStation is the ideal tool for broadcast dubbing and music and post-production, providing the perfect setting to interconnect and synchronize external audio/video systems and devices.

DAW users

With Nuendo SyncStation, users of DAWs have the possibility to interconnect and synchronize external audio and video systems and devices with the DAW of their choice. Turning to the Nuendo audio and post-production system, here users enjoy the benefit of being able to easily control all the synchronizer’s functions from within Nuendo.

Post-producers

For movie post production involving audio editing, foley and voice recording, multi-channel mixing as well as DVD authoring, Nuendo SyncStation provides with its vast I/O capability a single device which not only interconnects and syncs multiple DAWs and peripherals but allows for machine control of the Nuendo system from the mixing consoles desks.

Music producers and mixers

Nuendo SyncStation supports VST System Link which allows the user to seamlessly interconnect Nuendo used for editing and mixing with a Cubase system running VST instruments and external MIDI devices. In addition, Nuendo SyncStation provides the master clock source for all the studio’s audio gear.

Broadcast dubbing editor

Sound dubbing for broadcast requires a flexible solution which Nuendo SyncStation is able to offer, synchronizing multiple Nuendo and other DAWs to handle audio playback and surround mixing including machine control and track arming for dubbers. Here Nuendo SyncStation is used as the Virtual Master, generating timecode for all devices.

All features at a glance

Machine control

Using both MIDI Machine Control (MMC) and Sony 9-pin RS422 protocol, Nuendo SyncStation allows Nuendo to control audio and video tape machines. This allows for easy locating of an entire system to a specific time code location. Plus, machine control can be used to arm tracks for recording and automating audio playback to VTRs using Nuendo’s punch features.

  • Master/slave machine control is provided via two dedicated RS422 ports (In & Out) utilizing the Sony 9-pin protocol.
  • Master/slave machine control with two dedicated MIDI ports utilizing the MMC standard.
  • All timecode functionalities can be used in addition to machine control operation.
Nuendo SyncStation integration in Nuendo