Jim Fox wrote:Hello Timo
Looking forward to seeing you and Nuendo at the Yamaha display. Welcome to New York.
Nuendo is Great
Lydiot wrote:TimoWildenhain wrote:We avoided
having "one" big demonstration instead focussed on 1:1 talks in order to explain the details of Nuendo
Why on earth would you do that?
I can guarantee you that if you'd have had a big screen showing someone doing ADR and placing sfx from media bay a lot of people would have stopped to see what that was.
And I regret not having time to come back to talk to you Timo. You could possibly FOR ONCE have made a useful comment about the GUI design of Control Room and lack of key commands when the mixer is not in focus, along with a handful of other topics you avoid like the plague which is easy to do on a forum.
TimoWildenhain wrote:Lydiot wrote:[quote=. But maybe we'll get the chance sometime soon when I'm back in the US together with further Steinberg representatives.
Bredo wrote:I guess Steinberg has an early plan for the next big version, N7. I am more interested in getting this info as soon as possible, regarding the long term direction. But in the Steinberg spirit......... I guess I won't
Will this have a changed Control Room GUI and/or a changed mixer GUI? etc.........
For me the Nuendo 6 ship has sailed, if nothing drastic changes in the Control Room and Mixer GUI. I have no hope that there will be significant changes to the GUI within this cycle, only small refinements.
Are you going to give us back the old mixer layout for Control Room at least as an option or what is your plan?
It means we are staying with what we have and we are proud and motivated about it.
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