So if I’m understanding this networking stuff correctly, it allows for easier interchange of tracks between different engineers on different computers. But it is limited to edits and does not contain automation.
Is that correct?
So I’m about to test Nuendo 5.5 on a project that’s small enough to be done by one person, yet large enough to warrant separate projects, i.e one for Dialog Edit, one for FX edit/design, etc.
Is it possible to set up a “master mix” project on my computer, with “stem-tracks” for the above, and then have those projects have the very same tracks, and simply use the “auto-sync” (or whatever it’s called) to update the master? This way, I’d be able to keep the tasks separate, and keep the sync simple.
Or, another way of explaining it:
I do the individual tasks in individual projects, edit the sfx in the sfx edit project, dialog in the dialog edit project, etc. I record back onto tracks the finished edit.
I switch to and activate the full mix project, and the stem tracks are updated (from individual projects in step 1)
I need to fix some fx, swap to that project, do the fix, record it back to the track…
and switch back to full mix where it is automatically updated with that latest fix…