Nuage I/O audio interface units bring out the full sonic potential of your DAW software such as Nuendo/Cubase. Three 16-channel models with different I/O configurations are available for professional recording application.
True sonic creativity can only begin with a faithful, uncolored reproduction of the source. Sounds produced in the studio must first be captured accurately, and then the artistry can begin. This fundamental Yamaha design policy is fully inherited in the Nuage audio interface. JetPLL™ technology for minimal jitter, precision DA converters with 32-bit processing, and scrupulous parts selection are complemented by exhaustive listening tests and fine tuning by some of the best ears in the business. No effort has been spared in ensuring that Nuage I/O is capable of delivering unrivalled quality for any type of production.
An Ideal Monitoring Environment for Artists
Latency can be a problem for narrators or artists who must work with a monitor return from the sound system. Nuage I/O includes a True Integrated Monitoring™ feature* that uses an internal DSP to deliver the monitor signal, rather than returning the signal that has passed through the DAW. This results in extremely low latency to the studio monitor headphone feed, giving artists the sonic environment they need to perform at their very best. *Nuage I/O True Integrated Monitoring is used in conjunction with the Nuendo/Cubase Control Room feature.
The Nuendo DAW is well known as an advanced surround mixing tool, and to make maximum use of that capability Nuage I/O supports full 7.1 channel surround monitoring. The built-in DSP based bass management, delay, and level adjustment functionality can be used set up an optimized surround monitoring environment for any studio.
Optimized Surround Monitoring
Nuage I/O units are available with three I/O configurations: 16 analog, 16 AES/EBU digital, or 8 analog + 8 digital.
These can be combined to provide the right complement of I/O channels for your application. Since up to eight Nuage I/O units can be cascade connected, you can have as many as 128 channels available for large-scale systems.
*Cascade cables should be no longer than ten meters in length.
Three Configurations with Cascade Capability
Simple Cabling and Ultra-low Latency
Dante Support Means Broader Expandability
Dante Accelerator Enhances DAW Audio I/O Performance
*The latest Mac Pro models (late 2013) do not have built-in PCIe slots, but are compatible with Thunderbolt expansion chassis from Magma and Sonnet Technologies that provide PCIe expansion supporting the Dante Accelerator card.
*When not using the DANTE ACCELERATOR, install the Dante Controller and DVS (Dante Virtual Soundcard). Dante Controller is a software application that allows configuration and audio routing of the Dante network. DVS is a software application that uses the computer as a Dante-enabled device.