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as i understand it (please correct me if im wrong guys) nuendo 2 does support midi and vst gumph but not as extensively as cubase or logic. its mainly for audio and video sequencing and editing.
i think that if you want pro tools audio and cubase midi then get nuendo but keep cubase for midi sequencing. or fork out several grand for a pro tools studio (and keep cubase).
 

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I would say it isn't too far away from Cubase if u only want to make music, I believe the it is well stacked for doing music with video. The layout is a little different. And I'm not sure if it has the same audio engine as SX2, but it seems somehow to sound better to me. In fact the main reason I use it is because I prefer its sound to anything else, and because I have got used to that sound I guess too. Could be my imagination tho. :hehe:

As for being like Pro Tools than Cubase I can't truly say having not used Pro Tools, but I would doubt it was more like it, since its setup is not too far away from SX2 really.

Nuendo 3 could be a step up tho, it certainly costs a lot more that N2. N3 has some more functions.
 

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Double_Helix said:
as i understand it (please correct me if im wrong guys) nuendo 2 does support midi and vst gumph but not as extensively as cubase or logic.
Pretty much the same as Cubase i think, certainly no lack of midi and vst, err, gumph :Grin:
 

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i still use nuendo 1.6

the v2 interface is too abstract. wtf. i was finally happy to find 1.6 because all the icons were so self-explanatory now what are you playing at. </rant> also stability issues with early editions put me off the switch.... must upgrade one of these days tho .

@ sax - i think sx does have a few midi dingdongs that nuendo doesnt bother is, doesnt it? certainly the case for n1 vs sx1/2, i dont know about n2 vs sx2/3
 

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ps. the audio capabilities are a true joy and delight, but as i understand it, sx inherits all of these bar some super-HD audio support, multi channel support, esoteric sync protocols and stuff that you're very unlikely to need for this ball game.
 

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soliptic said:
the v2 interface is too abstract. wtf. i was finally happy to find 1.6 because all the icons were so self-explanatory now what are you playing at. </rant>
Haha took me a while, but having 8 vst slots is quite important to me for sound designing, whereas Nuendo 1.6 only has 4. Will give u a tutorial some time if u want.
 

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cheers for the tips, as i understand the stuff i read wasn't really true. I use cubase at home and pro tools at uni, for a second i thought i had found the cross between. bugger
 
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