DG wrote:I'm waiting until I see the list of bugfixes. If the showstoppers are not fixed, there will be no reason to upgrade for me.
Antonio Escobar wrote:As music producer, I use some of the Nuendo-only features as the cycle marker export, all the time.
Antonio Escobar wrote:Solo and mute behavior is totally painful! And it's something that I use
200 times a day!
ju wrote:Needless to say to say that Nuendo is aimed for post guys in the very first place, and it must remain that way, mostly because Cubase is way not enough for post.
Which in my opinion explains very well that NEK is an option in Nuendo, and included in Cubase, for instance.
ju wrote:For the solo/mute problem, I get, but it's also a POV problem :
In front of a console or a controller, you certainly not solo/mute with a keyboard... Problem solved.
When you edit, you mostly use the editor, and the mixer way less. No problem either in that case.
But I would agree that especially with the mixer only in front of you with no controller at all, it's problematic.
Simply does not concern everybody. Maybe the mixer functions where designed with a little too much of nuage in mind...
Getalife2 wrote:Years ago, I used to be on these forums a lot. Some things change.
I just re-registered today after browsing through info on upcoming 6.5. Some things don't change. Like people who are literally never happy about their tools. It's amazing to disappear for 5 years and pop back in to read the exact same stuff. Just change the version numbers and the specific features being complained about and it's like stepping into a time machine!
And here's what strikes me most. The current Nuendo's capabilities would have been considered divine magic from the future only a few years ago. Doubt me? OK, break out your copy of N2 and go for it! I think it would be an eye opener.
So here's what I see. A group of professional developers who have created and consistently improved this incredible software that has made my work better and made me money in the process. But since it's not PERFECT and can't do EVERYTHING each and every end user wishes it would, it's pile-on-Steinberg day, every day. Meanwhile, I'm willing to bet that some of the same folks rail on PT over at Avid forums and on Logic over at Apple (at least until Apple deletes the post).
It seems like no matter what the developers at SB do, it's just never enough. I would imagine the guys coding their butts off on Nuendo every day are every bit as dedicated to their craft as any of us. What if your clients made a habit letting you know that you sucked and they just put up with you because they had to? Fun time?
And while I'm reading about all the crashes, I find myself wondering how I have managed to build a VEP based system with multiple computers that does not crash, while working with hundreds of tracks and many, many VSTi.
Anyway, I mean no offense to any specific person or people. Just a few observations from an old/new guy. I will happily upgrade to 6.5/NEK. When I consider how much I have invested in my total system, the upgrade fee is silly to complain about. Heck, maybe I'll hold a lottery and pay for the winners upgrade myself, just to get some peace in here!
Thanks for letting me get that off my chest. And HI everybody!
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