So far I see the following issues…
- Create a VCA track
- Write automation on the VCA track at a point further down the timeline
- Create an audio track connected to the VCA
- Write automation on the audio track before the automation on the VCA track
- Punch out automation write on the audio track
The result here is that from the last automation node of the first pass on the audio track to the first automation node on the second automation pass created by the VCA track there is a linear increase.
Create Audio Track.
Set (global) automation to “Touch”, and write simple automation. Write from zero to say -20dBFS, hold a little, then release.
Set automation to “Touch” AND “Trim”
Create VCA track. Select the Audio track as source.
Write automation > to the audio track > as in step #3.
The level JUMPS to maximum value even though you went from zero gain to minus infinity…
Create a VCA and connect an output to that VCA
Save project and quit Nuendo
Restart Nuendo and load that project
Connection to VCA gone!!!
This is yet another but that’s listed as solved in the release notes (B-10139) yet clearly doesn’t work.
At least The first one is a previous issue that Steinberg had three whole months to fix. The second is new to me. I’m incredibly disappointed.