That’s a nice thing your friend is doing!
Expands/Reduces the racks in the mixconsole for example. Generally Expands/Reduces whatever has focus, but navigating focus exactly to where I want with the keyboard to test it out is a pain.
Multifunctional key. Activates/Deactivates whatever can be activated/deactivated when it’s focused. Works on headers (Inserts, Sends, EQ, Strip) to bypass them. Works on specific controls that have focus, e.g. an equalizer band. I suspect there are a million other places where this works, but again getting keyboard focus where I want to test it out is tough.
“Edit > Select > Invert is the function. A key command is assigned to ““Invert”” (Alt F). This however does nothing. On the other hand, when (Alt F) is assigned to ““Invert Selection””, the keycommand will happily show next to Edit > Select > Invert”
In Sample Editor, under Definition, there exists Auto Adjust. That’s what the key command does.
Ctrl Shift Up/Down
This command raises the volume of the focused channel(s) in 1dB steps. Works in Mixconsole only.
Primary Parameter = Volume. Increase/Decrease = 1dB steps. Fine Increase/Decrease = 0.1dB steps.
Secondary Parameter = Pan. Increase/Decrease = steps of 10. Fine Increase/Decrease = steps of 1.
Not present in 10.5. I don’t know what all these commands in “Commands>Window” category do.
Have a peek here, hopefully it will be of some use: