AES: Nuendo 2.1 and New Control Surface

ID - that's Steinberg Input Device - geddit?      13/10/03
AES: Nuendo 2.1 and New Control Surface
Will you look at the knobs on that?

First up, Steinberg announced that their popular Nuendo recording system has reached version 2.1 and will be shipping sometime around now. The new update is strong on Network Collaboration, which enables multiple users to work together over the net via TCP/IP. There's a new control surface on the cards, especially designed to work with Nuendo, it looks to be a pretty substantial beast, no doubt designed to hold it's own in the post production environment. Details are sketchy right now but we do know that it has dedicated buttons for Nuendo functions as well as user-definable layouts and function keys give access to just about any parameter within seconds. Precision engineered and hand-built in Germany, ID has been to designed with absolute attention to detail, to give you not only full control but also absolute transparency in your project. The perfectly structured layout concept makes your project not only clearly visible, but touchable. Preliminary info:
Controls:
  • 12 touch-sensitive 100 mm high resolution motorized faders
  • 40 endless encoders with button function, 64 positions with "fine tune" option
  • High-end weighted aluminum-anodized 61mm jog dial
  • Industrial IP60 standard 50mm tracker ball
  • ASCII dual function keyboard - data entry and routing
  • 380 backlit, framed buttons Displays:
  • High resolution, 30 segment Meterbridge with 24 channels and 8 master channels
  • 52 LCD displays with 378 characters in total
  • 14 x 7-segment displays
  • 1705 LEDs Connections:
  • • 1 x USB, 1 x Power adapter For more info:
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