we are very happy to announce the immediate availability of the Nuendo 8.2 maintenance and feature update for Nuendo.
Because we value your feedback, besides solving close to 40 issues in different parts of the application, we've introduced all the new features from Cubase 9.5 to this version for free as well as a new Ambisonics bus system (up to 3rd order) that will open up many new fields of application.
Ambisonics is a technology that creates a spherical sound field and uses an encoded bundle of multiple audio streams to place sounds anywhere within that sphere. The new Ambisonics bus system is just the first step - of many more to come - to provide a full blown-up solution for VR audio production within Nuendo.
This update also includes the following Cubase features
64-bit floating-point audio engine
Double precision processing, mixing and summing power including file import/export and the internal plug-in set.
Enhanced right zone
Direct access to the Control Room and the Master and Loudness meters in the Project Window.
Ultra-precise and smooth automation curves including VCA Faders automation.
Automation Range Tool
To edit the information within a range selection without having to create extra automation points.
16 Insert Slots
Including a flexible and dynamic separator of pre and post fader effects.
Including a Click Pattern Editor assignable to the Signature Track and many internal Click Sounds.
Adapt to Zoom
The Snap Grid of the Project Window now adjusts dynamically depending on the horizontal Zoom level.
Sampler Track enhancements
It is now possible to drop a MIDI event to the Sampler Control to create a new Sampler Track. Also possible now is an A/B comparison.
Also new are redesigned and improved plug-ins, the new Flux Wavetable Synth for HSSE3, new FX Chain and Master Channel presets and more...
Download the Nuendo 8.2 update here or from the Steinberg Download Assistant
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