The Steinberg Nuendo 13 update offers a range of features for enhancing the workflows of recording and mix engineers, as well as dialogue editors.
Steinberg’s flagship DAW now has new dialogue recording tools, MPEG-H Audio authoring features, more plug-ins, new Dolby Atmos features, and a range of improved workflow functions.
Steinberg Nuendo 13
For starters, the new dialogue recording features include ADR Script Reader, which is a considerable upgrade. Now, you can view ADR takes on any laptop or tablet on your local network or even from your web browser.
Voice artists now have access to a digital onscreen script, while a producer can make changes at any time throughout the session. Another convenient addition is that any corresponding notes made with dialogue edits are stored in marker date within Nuendo.
Because dialogue consistency is a priority, Steinberg has added TonalMatch. This direct offline process profiles the characteristics of an audio file, allowing you to process other clips to match up the spectral profile and noise floor.
In addition, when you need to isolate the main dialogue track from other voices in the background, you now have VoiceSeparator. This new AI-assisted VST plug-in can also remove unwanted background voices and other sounds.
You can now process voices quickly and effectively with VocalChain, a plug-in with a selection of presets specifically designed for post-production applications. Moreover, the modular workflow makes voice processing easier than ever.
There are also improvements in the Detect Silence panel and ADR Swipe features, while extended support is offered for TTAL 1.1 for Netflix dubbing workflows.
A range of new immersive audio features are included in the update, such as MPEG-H audio support, Three-layer Z-Panning, an improved ADM Authoring window, and a new Renderer for Dolby Atmos.
In the realm of mixing and sound design, there is a wealth of new creative and workflow improvements. Here, some of the most exciting features include the redesigned MixConsole, the new Vocoder, and a pair of Pultec-style EQ plug-ins.
What’s more, there’s a new VoxComp vocal compressor, a Black Valve compressor, as well as interesting updates to Sampler Track and Spectral Layers One.
Pricing and availability:
Nuendo 13 and its various update packages are all currently available from Thomann, starting with the update for current Nuendo 12 users for $175.
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