will nuendo live be better for “live mobile recording” than Protools 11? & also does Nuendo Live have unlimited tracks?
I thought someone else would answer so I’ll give you the quick version.
They’re not the same, NLive is a recorder/playback device with limited functionality, PT11 is a daw.
NLive has as many record tracks as you have audio inputs, PT11 native is limited to 32 simultaneous unique record tracks.
NLive is much easier to use and faster to get running for live recordings.
NLive does not chase TC, it timestamps the files to incoming TC. For some this is equivalent, for other applications it is not.
PT is more fragile and has higher system requirements to be stable.
NLive does not timestamp the files accurately, see other posts. For some it’s close enough.
NLive drops samples on long record times, for some that’s ok for others it’s not.
Be sure to look at the somewhat skimpy NLive manual, you’ll get the idea of what it’s for.
Ok, thanks Hugh for the quick detail information… I’m still thinking on purchasing this…
thanks for your interest in Nuendo Live. As Hugh stated, Nuendo Live is a live-recording application designed
for use in live/touring sector. The focus during development has been ease of use, stability and straightforward installation/handling.
Nuendo Live information
It’s also shipped together with Yamaha’s professional CL live-mixing consoles.