I actually got a reply from the Avid Page! http://duc.avid.com/showthread.php?p=2483694#post2483694
You can access the monitors through the soft keys!
I found the SOFT KEYS PAGE (CONTROL ROOM). I didn’t have to use the shift button (as mentioned on the Avid page) to change between the speakers. I just selected from the 3 labeled buttons on the MC (CR: Surround, CR: Stereo & CR: Mono) and watched the Nuendo CR to see what happened. The order was mislabeled for the order of my monitors. But that was an easy fix. The CR Knob automatically switched to become a master volume for which ever was selected.
NOTE: THE CR SELECTION BUTTONS IN NUENDO WILL NOT CHANGE! BUT THE STATUS WINDOW WILL.
IE: I have A: SR, B: Stereo & C: 2.1 on Nuendo but the MC has CR: Surround, CR: Stereo & CR: Mono. If I select CR: Surround on the MC, the surround monitors will play and the Nuendo CR displays 5.1 leds. If I select CR: Stereo on the MC, the Nuendo leds will switch to stereo and only the L/R speakers of my surround system will play. But the Nuendo CR will still show A: SR as selected, NOT B: Stereo! If I manually switch to B: Stereo on the Nuendo CR, the source is cut off! This is because I have a separate pair of stereo monitors assigned to B: Stereo and they were off.
At present, I cannot run all 3 sets of monitors at the same time because the SR monitors are really inefficient, the ST monitors are very efficient and the cubes are ridiculous (LOL< they take about a watt to get them screaming). So, now I’ve got to figure out a routing matrix that will feed the signals to the outputs of my desk to make them even. Or, I’ll have to get some kind of outboard monitor controller.
In any case at least, I’ve figured out how to get control of the monitors from the MC, which was critical, as the new studio configuration has my desk (acting as my AD/DA audio interface) several feet away from me now. So, this was a really big deal.
I don’t suppose there’s anyway to map those controls to my faders, huh? I would love to make a CR Layout on my MC (Fdr. 1: Surround, Fdr. 2: Stereo, Fdr. 3: 2.1 Cubes & Fdr. 4: Attention Fader)! THAT would be ideal!
I guess the remaining question now is, WHY isn’t there any info of any kind on the actual monitor control setup page?