No, apart from two TV-Mixes where I checked loudness functions.
As long as I can not fire up mixer commands without clicking into it first, and as long all the new features are not controllable comfortable without having a nuage, it makes no sense to me.
The last three AAFs I got could not be opened correctly in Nuendo, so I switched to PT for my recent major projects. First time since 2001.
I always used Nuendo in all these years “against” a protools-environment and tried to manage the upcoming compatibility issues with delivering sessions to avid on my way, because of Nuendos huge advances concerning free midi controlling and editing. These advantages are more and more gone in between, since PT came up with clip gain, realtime fades, native i/o, and Nuendo now focuses on Nuage-support, stopped generic remotes, and always comes up with this “large rewrite for the future”-excuses concerning new issues, wich I never had with any PT update, where I always just got some improvements and new features without screwing up old workflows or complete re-designs.
To understand me correct, Nuendo still for me is the better DAW, but in between and for the first time I’m thinking about if it is worth to follow them and having all this hassle with DAW-transfers.
(btw: do you remember the last NuendoInside concerning project transfer?)