I think I have an idea on how to go about this in Nuendo.
It would be nice if maybe someone with a lot of hours under their belt can verify this method?
Essentially, it’s the punch log. Make your adjustments to your EQ (via Insert), but keep all other automation write suspended. Punch to loop and it lands in your log. Then you can go down to another scene load that from the log, and punch+loop in that automation.
The only problem is revisiting something…
Say you’re writing your insert automation and then you are on to the next thing. You go down say 20 minutes and realize that you didn’t add the same EQ settings to this section, but you’ve gone past 10 in the log. The only way to go about it is to go back to an earlier section that has the EQ, and then while in preview click A/B twice in the plug in and punch loop again so it saves to the log. Then go down and punch loop it into the section you forgot.
Yeah, you could save a Preset… But having 40,000 presets or managing them is just extra work.
Is there a way to capture current used automation into the log? Ctl+C and Ctrl+V is too risky if you have a lot of automation.
Or do I need to submit a feature request?