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Nuendo 6 introduces a host of new important features for audio post-production. The new mixing surface provides instant access to all vital functions of the mixer via a single-window concept and allows for numerous visibility configurations and drag-and-drop functions for faster operation.

The new ADR Taker System provides a fully equipped solution for ADR and language dubbing, making recording of voices more efficient and convenient.

The panning functions of the new Anymix Pro 1.3 by IOSONO enable the creation of optimised surround sound mixes. Anymix Pro includes distant-dependent loudness and EQ settings that are automatically adjusted when the signal is moved within the listening space. It also includes high-quality upmix functions that allow upmix to 8.1 without compromises in quality.

Nuendo 6 also features fully integrated Loudness measurement. Next to the large-scale volume meter is the display of multi-channel surround signals. The loudness meter is capable of displaying Integrated, Momentary and Short Term loudness.

The new channel strip in Nuendo 6 offers several high-quality effects and dynamic controls. All modules can be rearranged through drag-and-drop in case a different processing chain is needed. All faders can be used in pre or post mode related to the insert FX rack. The new 64-band CurveEQ enables the transfer of sound characteristics of an audio track to another. Its professional-grade spectrum analyzer allows the user to display, save and load static spectrum plots for comparison and matching purposes. The Nuendo Pro Sound Effects Library contains more than 1.5 GB of sound effects (24-bit/48kHz Wave files) that is fully searchable and licensed 100 per cent royalty-free.

The new Steinberg audio engine also features ASIO Guard technology that provides an extra safety cushion via intelligent dropout-prevention algorithms.

A new Remote Control Editor lets the user visually customise the parameter layout of individual effects and instruments on the control surface by selecting a hardware knob, fader or button.