Nuendo Live, A DAW For Recording Live Performances, Now Available

Steinberg has announced the immediate availability of Nuendo Live, a new version of Nuendo, designed specifically for multitrack recording live performances.

Nuendo Live offers a single-window user interface, designed to let you focus on recording. Transport control, marker insertion and recording options can be accessed with just one click. And a convenient Record Panel gives you an instant overview of all relevant parameters. Other highlights include on-the-fly session setup, a 60-second pre-record buffer and auto-save functionality.


  • Advanced live recording system featuring a straightforward single-window operation, a record panel, a pre-record buffer and more
  • Seamless integration with Yamaha CL-series consoles for controlling essential Nuendo Live functions straight from the live console
  • State-of-the-art recording quality based on Steinberg’s award-winning audio engine with up to 192 kHz lets your production stand apart from the competition
  • Nuendo Live Record Panel shows all essential session information at once — creating confidence in demanding live situations
  • Advanced Session Management with auto-naming of recorded files, multiple folder creation, easy-to-use marker track, auto-save and notepad
  • Zero setup time thanks to automatic track creation function that make Nuendo Live record-ready in less than a minute
  • 24+ hours recording time thanks to EBU-compliant RIFF 64 broadcast wave format in standard recording mode
  • Virtual Sound Check allows for easy use of previous recordings for sound check, including marker recall and 1:1 output
  • Deliver with confidence due to standardized rendering formats and Nuendo
  • Editing on the road: Nuendo Live includes essential editing functions, making it possible to create a rough edit of the recordings right after the show

Nuendo Live is available now for US $329.

4 thoughts on “Nuendo Live, A DAW For Recording Live Performances, Now Available

      1. If you don’t like what I said about the price think about purchasing a PT HD rig with plugins, road-racking it, that’s probably going to run you around $4000 for PT and another $1000 for the rolling rack then you will probably want to use a Digidesign/Avid console the SC48 starts at $68,000 and the Profile at about $75,000. So that being said Nuendo has a better output algarithem than PT and is cheaper, as long as you externally clock the DAW and the Yamaha console this seems like a pretty great option…

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