I have noticed that now in Nuendo 13, if I have more than one channel soloed, and try to use exclusive solo (ctrl+solo) in one of the soloed channels, it doesn’t work.
This used to work fine, and I use it all the time. Many times I have all the dialog tracks soloed and want to focus on only one of them, and what used to take one click, now takes two or more.
Is this a bug?
I can confirm this. It doesn’t work in Nuendo 13 like it did in Nuendo 12.
This is going to be fixed in the 1st maintenance update.
I have noticed another bug related to solo, which is the following:
In the mixer, when we have two or more channels selected and Q-Link on, and we solo one of them, the selection of all the channels is maintained, which is convenient. But if we do the same thing in the project view, the selection changes to only the channel that had its solo button clicked. This breaks the flow of using Q-Link.
Can you confirm that this will be fixed along with the Exclusive Solo bug?
Sorry, I can’t reproduce this on my side.
Hmmm I’m thinking this could be an EuCon thing.
Will test without the controller this afternoon.