When I export mixdown realtime, the volume with which NUENDO 6.0.3 plays back is far louder than in NUENDO 6.0.2?
I haven’t changed the volume-slider which appears when you export in real-time…
One can even see the level-difference in the ControlRoom-meters, but since there is no scale you can’t meter it…
Why is this?
Can we still trust this piece of software?
Any help or same experiences welcome.
Maybe the community should give them the time, then, to check e v e r y t h i n g ?
How about a Nuendo 6 release around 2015? As I see it now, N6 is comparatively well engineered and stabil.
For me, there are no real showstoppers in it, at least not for my shows…
And it couldn’t, since I have never been so valiant to install major upgrades on my
production machines, right away. At least, I don’t use them for production before
I know them well and the usual bugs have been revealed and fixed, like this one will be, soon.
I am quite sure that the first forum members are already copying and tweaking some of their older posts to read: When will Nuendo 7 be released…(.LOL …). We need it urgently, because Cubase might be a millisecond earlier
on the market and all world breaks down …
Dude, seriously, you don’t think it’s an issue that realtime mixdown plays back louder in a flagship DAW for post-production? Or you don’t think it’s an issue that it works and then gets broken in an update?
I’m all for supporting software and being realistic, but what people are doing in this thread is EXACTLY what you’re proposing: They’ve waited for the previous “lesser” versions of Nuendo 6 to go through “maturation” - remember the release was 6.0.2, not .0. So we waited while Cubase users beta-tested the basic sequencer for us “in the wild”, and then we got our first release, bugs and/or issues were reported, and SB was pretty good at addressing them.
But it is NOT good to introduce issues in updates. Either someone is completely ignorant as to how people actually work with an application, or their testing is seriously lacking. (And seeing that they released seemingly different actual code in download versus boxed initial release, despite same naming, it’s not unreasonable to worry about their internal testing/validation). Many people will mix a show and then audition the “final” version while it runs in realtime. Imagine your outboard gear receiving a higher level once you start your realtime render.
I might have cut people some slack if this was the initial release with a fix coming shortly thereafter AND if someone at Steinberg thought it was worth their time to at least acknowledge that there’s an issue here.
I might get this whole problem wrong…
Isn’t there the “export audio mixdown” fader popping up for adjusting the “audition volume”?
If this bug affects only the playback during realtime export and not the exported file, which is 100% o.k.,
why don’t you just pull the fader down to your liking?
Please explain, if there is more of a problem to it …
OK, if this is crucial for your work you have all the rights to be miffed.
Of course, introducing a bug to a new version is not in order.
I haven’t seen the problem for myself. I listen to the final mix and then export it
w/o listening to it. Instead, I check the whole works / the exported file thorougly afterwards.
I understand,for some tasks this might be just too time consuming.
Anyway, I am sure they’ll fix this a.s.a.p. and someone there will have to pay extra into the coffee box.