I am a happy Cubase Pro user. I use Cubase daily for composing and producing music for films, TV and theatre productions.
I am intrigued by the current crossgrade offer to get Nuendo 10, since it seems like a real bargain compared to the regular price.
However I am a bit scared of the fact that this will surrender my Cubase license, so that I would only be able to run Nuendo.
Especially since historically, Cubase has been marketed towards music and Nuendo towards post production. Since I am working with music for film, I fall a bit in between. I work with music production, but I am also a part of the film post process. I would love to have some of Nuendo’s functions like automatic clip detection in movies, for instance.
If I decide to make the switch:
What would kind of suck, is if Nuendo should fall “behind” on new features aimed towards composers.
But am I right in guessing that this is a thing of the past, and that Nuendo will from now on probably have all the same music related functions as Cubase, as seems to be the case right now…?
Any insight from Nuendo-based composers, on what I am missing if I choose to stay on Cubase?