Hi all. I’m a live sound engineer and I’ve just been looking at Nuendo Live and Cubase 10.
I’ve been thinking for a while that it would be useful to have some recording software to use for the odd recording and potentially virtual soundchecks. It’s certainly nothing I need right now, but it always pays to have the tools available when the situation arises. Many years ago I used Cubase and Nuendo at university (I think Cubase 3 and whatever version of Nuendo was out around the same time) so when I saw the 50% off sale on Cubase I thought I’d take the opportunity. However when I looked this up I also saw Nuendo Live, which is a product I’m not familiar with.
Can somebody please explain to me the difference between the two? Even after discount Nuendo Live is about half the price of Cubase 10 Pro, but then I assume Cubase has a lot more features to make it worth the money.