2 Basic requirements
Intro. Your first project. Houston, we have a project. Importing some audio into the Pool. It's actually a Clip. Now it's a Track and an Event. Select an Audio Device. Time to play. Sigh ...no sound. The sound of music. MIDI Input and doing the right click. Easily missed master tip. Back to MIDI input. Basic default key commands.
5 Important set-up issues
Intro. Save as New Version. The Project Folder. Preferences. Key commands.
6 The Project Window and Tools
7 The Transport and moving around
Marker List. Click track.
8 Tempo and Time Signature Tracks
9 MIDI: Recording and Editing MIDI
What can Nuendo do? Recording. Editing. Quantizing and grooves. Other transforms. Undo. Strange bank messages. VST Instruments (VSTi). MIDI and VSTi latency.
10 Audio: Understanding Nuendo's Audio Objects
Events, Clips, Parts. Regions.
11 Audio: The Pool and Audio Libraries
Importing Audio. Managing clips.
12 Audio recording and editing
Monitoring. Recording. The Sample Editor. The Part Editor. Comp'ing. Fades, Cross-fades and auto-fades. Undo and the Off-line Process History.
13 Audio processing
Effects. Processes. Time-stretching and pitch shifting. Bouncing with efficiency. Understanding the UnDo feature.
Hardware automation. Plug-in automation. VSTi automation.
15 Audio latency
Do you really know what is going on? Soundcard set-up. Measuring latency. Latency in effects. Buss latency.
16 Getting efficient
More preferences. More audio . Windows Layouts and Templates.
17 Getting integrated
Sync'ing Nuendo with external devices. Remote devices.
18 Mixing in Nuendo
19 Project maintenance and archiving
Importing and exporting files and projects. Archiving.
20 Other tools
Spectrum analyser and other audio tools.
21 Recommended reading, Web-sites, Plug-ins and VSTi's
Tuning Windows for audio. Units of time used in Audio. Nuendo's plug-ins and VSTi's. Key commands. Example hardware for Nuendo. Nuendo resources.