Maybe they should release a Nuage Edition of Nuendo while the regular Version is made for 99% of the user.
I brought this up in another thread about a week ago. Seems like a juggling act of sorts.
They get it working with Nuage and then we tell them to change things since we don't have Nuage and can't see or use the benefits. Back and forth it goes... Two versions of Nuendo isn't practical, but it sure seems like many of these issues are directly related to implementing Nuage.
What will become of us non Nuagers? I don't have the budget for a $10-$12k basic
Change is coming...but what change?
Users changing to another Daw, or Steinberg changing their software integration with Nuage?
I've been using Nu 6.05 with clients for a few weeks now. No show stoppers here, just feels like I'm
blind folded part of the time.
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