Steinberg Nuendo 4
Steinberg Nuendo 4

Nuendo 4, General Sequencer from Steinberg in the Nuendo series.

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Average Score:4.4( 4.4/5 based on 4 reviews )
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Value For Money : Poor
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ericthegreat's review"high quality recordings"

Steinberg Nuendo 4
Steinberg Nuendo 4 was the first digital sequencer I got about nine years ago. I got it because it was real cheap and I was just looking to see what recording was all about. I used it on PC and didn't have any compatibility problems with my machine. It was easy to install and is pretty straightforward overall. I don't have a manual so I'm not sure how well it is constructed.


I used this before I got my current recording rig, and was running it on an old Dell desktop PC. Since I was doing the bare bones with this software and using it just to get my feet wet with recording, it worked fine and I never really had any problems running this well. I was able to run a few tracks at once with effects on each.


I got Nuendo 4 about nine years ago and have since stopped using it because I have upgraded. For the time, this worked fine for me to record a few tracks and use some effects for my guitar, but looking back there are a lot of sequencers out there that are better, including Pro Tools, Cubase & Logic. The price of this was what drove me to buy it as it is dirt cheap. The guitar effects are okay, but definitely not all that professional sounding and not all that realistic. It is fine for demoting, but I would never use this on a real project as it simply doesn't have enough tracks or power to produce a real professional mix. Even being as cheap as it is, these days you can get a much more powerful sequencer than this for an incredibly cheap price. All in all, I probably wouldn't recommend this software because even though it does what is claims, there are other sequencers more powerful for a cheap price.

bwheels's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Steinberg Nuendo 4

I use Nuendo for a long time and of course I went to Paravant by Cubase.
I think that N4 is a tool of the most successful.

I am a sound designer and composer, and mont I cr numerous soundtracks for video games: Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter, Redsteel, Dark Messiah, some of which were nominated for the t ' Award for best sound design.
Commercials or movies.
I'm on Mac 8 core with 4 GB of RAM.

The power of the audio engine allows a good treatment N4 rel time and battery plugs than enough. Of course it does not nuiera quality :-) add some more bundles or PowerCore etc ...

The job picture is more soupple (mov several in the same project), a rgal in the pub when switching versions of the 10 s 20 s etc ...

To optimize any knowledge of keyboard shortcuts is essential.
The power of the party is always twelve o'clock nickel.
The mdiabay (sound bank management) works wonders even if for now it seems still unstable especially with the mp3.

The management of virtual synths through a simple reading of the presets can save a lot of time and without having to load and offload the synths to find his need for his project.

Automation is useful even if you still can not copy a track to another.
Even when the least is its price lv from other competitors.

So here is a little history, for more info is better consult the multitude of tests on the net.

So if you have the budget you can darken it a value sre you can if you want to visit my website for a preview of my ralisations.



8 core Mac with 4 GB of RAM, and Digi 02 PowerCore
yes the app is stable trs


I'm using Nuendo since The beginning