This seems to crop up every cycle, Nuendo users rewarded for their patronage in three ways:
- serve as guinea pigs for features earmarked for a future Cubase (cash-cow) release; 2) get excluded from new developments now available to Cubase users; 3) deal with half-baked or broken stuff that seems to never get fixed.
All this, and we pay more for the privilege. It kinda smarts to be honest, same old story. Yes, I understand, Steinberg wants people to shell out for two licenses, so they can always have the ‘latest’ features, they are in the business of making money, not keeping the clientele happy, but why the same confused messaging?
Instead of plowing resources into meeting the deadline for yet another mediocre VSTi (Backbone), why not get the important stuff sorted first? Or is that too much to ask?