AESNYC07: Video - Steinberg Nuendo 4

All the updates      09/10/07

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   Windows Media 
7:9 mins
The Steinberg booth at AES premiered the recently announced, (see our September 25th story), Nuendo 4 Advanced Audio and Post Production System. Also presented was a preproduction version of the Nuendo SyncStation precision synchronizer hardware, as well as a ‘sneak preview’ of the upcoming 4.1 update to Cubase.
Kazunori Kobayashi, Steinberg’s Managing Director told Sonic State, “The products presented here at AES represent a new generation in the digital audio software world. Nuendo 4 is the technological apex of digital production software, with new features developed for audio professionals. Our commitment to delivering advanced audio tools of the highest quality has also driven development of Nuendo SyncStation, which is now in the last stages of development. We’re also happy to offer a free update to Cubase 4.1 later this month as a service to our Cubase 4 customers that offers exciting new features such as Sequel compatibility and support for MusicXML.�
Nuendo 4 takes Steinberg’s award-winning audio production platform to a new level. State-of-the-art VST3 technology, a brand new plug-in set, a world-class new automation system and a range of new post production editing facilities are just some of the features introduced to Nuendo in version 4.
Available for Windows Vista and Intel-based Macs running OS 10.4, Steinberg tell us that Nuendo 4 is now shipping worldwide to resellers from October 2007.
More information:


Steinberg Cubase Elements 7 Music Production Software
$99.99


Steinberg Nuendo 7 - Audio Post-Production Software Environment (Retail)
$1,800.00


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