Steinberg Updates Nuendo to 4.2


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Buena Park, CA - Sep 11, 2008 - Steinberg has released an update to its Nuendo 4 system. Nuendo 4.2 and NEK 4.2 are available now as a download for all registered customers from www.steinberg.net.

Nuendo 4.2 extends the support for external hardware. The update offers full support for all advanced integration functionality with the new MR816 CSX and MR816 X advanced integration DSP studio hardware by Steinberg. Among the features available with Nuendo are full user interface integration and the use of VST3 plug-ins as DSP FX in the Nuendo mixer. Steinberg's CC121 advanced integration controller is also fully supported, integrating fully with Nuendo. Nuendo 4.2 also offers enhanced support for Yamaha MOTIF XS series and the KX USB Music Studio series.

Nuendo 4.2.2 includes a range of improvements to enhance stability, as well as several workflow enhancements. These include new key commands for the Mediabay sound management system, new synchronization options and a range of additional minor enhancements. Nuendo 4.2 also includes support for VST Sound, an improved universal media management format. VST Sound is a fundamental part of VST3 and integrates media such as audio and video files as well as plug-in and track presets directly into the Nuendo Mediabay.




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