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Yamaha Nuage travels into Mediaset’s Studio C9

The postproduction system, which incorporates Nuendo DAW software, is increasingly finding a home in European broadcast audio.

Studio C9, an audio post facility owned by Mediaset, Italy’s largest commercial broadcaster, has become the latest European studio to adopt the Yamaha/Steinberg Nuage postproduction system.

“Our interest in Steinberg products dates back to 1994, when we installed Cubase as the sequencer to be synced via MIDI timecode to the studio’s then-main hardware DAW,” says Marco Trinchero and Flavio Nichisoli of Studio C9, which is located in Mediaset’s television production centre in Cologno Monzese, Milan.

“After ongoing negative experiences with the DAW, it became imperative to find an alternative, and, in due course, we switched exclusively to a Nuendo-based system. Given the stability of Nuendo 3, we might never have changed but, once we saw a demo of the Nuage system, it was instant karma!”

PSNEuropepreviously reported on Nuage’s adoption by The Shack, Hamburg; Stone Postproduction in Bratislava; and Temple of Tune, Kurrne, Belgium (‘A Nuage movement?’, May 2014).