updated 03:15 pm EDT, Fri October 7, 2005
Nuendo 3.2 unveiled
Steinberg Media today unveiled , its media production system software that features a range of new control room features unique to software production environments. Nuendo 3.2 features a full control room section that provides up to four separate studio outputs, extra mix, headphone and control room busses as well as configurable input returns and user definable monitor setups. Each Nuendo audio, group, FX return and VSTi channel now includes new studio sends allowing each signal to be routed to any of the four studios. The Nuendo 3.2 update is expected to be available for registered Nuendo 3 users by the end of this year (pricing was unavailable).
Integrated talkback functionality enables engineers and producers to speak directly to musicians, narrators or other performers in any of the studios, while providing automatic dimming and separate talkback levels. Up to six DAT, tape, or CD playback inputs can be instantly selected and routed to any studio, track, headphone or control room bus.
The update to Nuendo 3.2 expands the functionality available through the EuCon protocol, which integrates Nuendo directly into editing and mixing environments based around the renowned Euphonix MC and system 5-MC products. Nuendo 3.2 adds support for the optional dual automated joysticks, allowing direct control of the Nuendo surround panner through both of these digital control surfaces.