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Nuendo® 5 Power!: The Comprehensive Guide by Ashley Shepherd

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Setup

In order to use all this gear and have an organized project mixer, we must first set up Nuendo to deal with all the various signal paths. Let’s start with the VST Connections because that is where all of the analog IO settings are made.

VST Outputs

Since we are using an analog summing device, we need to create outputs that will feed each channel on the summer. We will match the channel configuration of the VST Output to match the summer’s inputs. Each output can be given a name. Descriptive names will aid in making quick connections in the mixer later.

In addition to the eight outputs for the summer box, another stereo output will be created as a final output for the finished mix once it has been recorded back into Nuendo. This output will ...

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