I’ve been catching up by RTFM and watching tutorials on YouTube, because I have projects from the old Nuendo 4.3.
Tried to save Project Defaults into a new name, and then I tried reloading- several Plugins would no longer load.
I thought the project was corrupted, untill I tried clicking on the original Project Defaults- then Plugins loaded fine.
No more saving Project defaults for me, untill I hear Steinberg fixed it.
Selecting my main Console and holding H ( note “holding H” not just clicking on it) to Zoom in fast, crashed the Console; all numbers and letters disappeared, leaving the skeleton structure and colours only. If I press F3 two times, the Console then disappears and reappears working fine, still all zoomed in.
Several programs inside Halion Se started making a white noise like sound; one was Slow Movie Strings.
When I retried loading the Program, I got an error message saying “Program Not Available”. At first I thought it was Halion SE itself, but the same program (Slow Movie Strings) loaded fine in another project.
Importing Track Presets with powered plugins made one of my projects refuse to load more plugins.
Workaround: aí had to start from scratch, not a template, and then it loaded all plugins fine.
Everything I now launch N10 I get a message saying 15 or 20 “Halion Sonic presets cannot be found”.
I also own Halion 3 (on the process of upgrading soon) and use it in Nuendo 4.3, and I’m wondering if somehow that’s interfering.
I have no idea how to get read of that message, even with Halion 3 disabled in VST Plugins in N10.
** EDIT: 6. On 3 monitors here, and sometimes the mouse disappears behind Nuendo, to the Desktop.
I can only get it back by clicking any icon on the Desktop. The mouse goes right behind the Nuendo 10 windows,
without ever coming to focus in Nuendo 10. It usually happens when I change some settings, but I cannot recall at the moment which. **
In my opinion, some of the new N10 GUI looks worse than 4.3, but the extra functionality makes up for it.
I also have no idea who inside Steinberg decides to change shortcuts, just for the hell of it.
You have near endless keyboard shortcuts available, so no need to change what we already learned and constantly use.
I ended up in page 1200 something in the manual to relearn the shortcut to assign multiple tracks to the same output.
It used to be hold Alt while selecting the output for all selected tracks; now its Shift+Alt. Not necessary. If you need a keyboard shortcut for anything, chose an unused one out of millions at your disposition. Why change it and make everybody relearn?