My Tangos work well with Nuendo 7.1.40. One of the many great features is that when an Insert is selected on a channel on the Tango it automatically assigns all of the parameters to the knobs on the Tango and gives them all the correct names - it works beautifully.
The Tango has always worked perfectly in this respect with all Nuendo versions up to and including N7.1.40, but it has gone completely wild in N8.3.
Nothing has changed in the Tango software of course, but Nuendo does not appear to be sending or receiving the correct data any more.
In the main (but not always), if there are let’s say 4 Insert plugins on a selected channel - Pultec, Fairchild, Harrison and Mono Delay, to control the Fairchild I have to select the Pultec, to control the Harrison I select Fairchild, to control the Mono Delay I have to select the Harrison. The first plugin in the Insert list on a track seems to work correctly, but the rest are completely screwed.
Could this be linked to the work done one the DLL/VST instance limitation issue for N8?
I’ve tried removing/re-installing all of the Tango devices in N8.3 to no avail.
N7.1.40 works perfectly - N8.3 does not.
I am currently trying to roll back to N8.2.1 to see if the problem is also there, but I can not manage to do that. I must be doing something wrong.
The Tango (1) itself is a fantastic, still popular, product which I do not intend to stop using due to an SB bug; but my funding of Steinberg has to stop until the problem is solved.