Unleash Your Creativity.
Digital audio workstations, controllers, interfaces: performance that supports and keeps pace with your creative workflow can only be realized when all components work together in perfect harmony.
Nuage Advanced Production System brings it all together in a collaboration that defines new standards of quality and efficiency for virtually every aspect of the production process.
Yamaha control and interface hardware seamlessly integrates with Steinberg Nuendo and Cubase DAW software in a purpose-built system that offers unprecedented productivity and flexibility as well as premium audio quality.
The Nuage Advanced production System is already a highly regarded asset in audio post-production and music production studios around the world, giving discerning engineers the tools they need to turn out top-quality projects every day.
For professional post production, music production, and recording applications, Nuage provides an unparalleled union of industry leading hardware and software that will set your creativity free.
Refined Components Coalesce in a Powerful System
Nuendo/Cubase is the core of the Nuage Advanced Production System. Nuage includes refined Nuage Fader and Nuage Master control surfaces that provide intimate access to all Nuendo/Cubase functions via a comprehensive array of switches and encoders in a lucid panel layout. Add a selection of extraordinary DSP-equipped Nuage I/O audio interfaces that communicate via a Dante digital audio network, plus a PCI-Express standard Dante Accelerator card for ultra low latency, high capacity audio transmission, and you have a versatile, high-performance audio production system that promises unprecedented efficiency, quality, and productivity.
Synergy That Delivers - Yamaha & Steinberg history -
Yamaha has been at the forefront of the professional audio industry ever since the PM1000 audio mixer was released in 1975. Products such as the NS10-M STUDIO monitor speakers, the 02R digital mixing console, and the SPX90 effects processor found their way into leading studios around the world, eventually earning reputations that made them "classics" in the field. DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations) became established as the primary working environment for audio production from the mid 90’s through the turn of the century, and in January of 2005 Steinberg Media Technologies ("Steinberg" hereafter), a company that had contributed numerous advanced technologies and solutions to this growing field, became a wholly owned subsidiary of Yamaha. This pivotal fusion led to increasingly concerted development of integrated products and systems. Steinberg was originally established in 1984, rapidly becoming a source of important audio processing standards such as ASIO (Audio Stream In and Out), VST (Virtual Studio Technology), and others. These advanced technologies were incorporated into a number of revolutionary products, including the Cubase and Nuendo DAW applications that are currently favored by more than 1.5 million users worldwide. Joint development between Yamaha and Steinberg has resulted in a number of audio interfaces and controllers that take full advantage of the performance potential of Steinberg DAW software. That synergy between two leaders in audio technology will continue to deliver increasingly advanced solutions for a wide range of applications into the future.