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Nuendo 4 (Dec 2007)
« on: August 04, 2019, 03:37:02 AM »

Minimum Requirements
To run Nuendo 4, Steinberg recommend that Windows users will need a system with at least a 2GHz AMD or Intel processor, while Mac users should consider a 1GHz Power Mac G4 or an Intel-based Mac with a 1.5GHz Core Solo the bare minimum. You’ll need at least 1GB memory, along with a DVD drive to install the program and a spare USB port for the Syncrosoft dongle.

In terms of audio hardware, Nuendo is compatible with any Core Audio device on the Mac (including the built-in audio ports), while on Windows Steinberg recommend an audio device with ASIO support for low–latency performance. NEK users will need to be connected to the Internet to download the licence to the Syncrosft dongle, although you don’t have to do this on the computer that’s actually running Nuendo. See the ‘Platform Support’ box for information about the operating system requirements.