Key Commands in WaveLab vs Cubase & Nuendo

I am very torn if I want to learn Wavelab’s key commands or just assign them to similar key commands I use in Cubase. WaveLab’s key commands are way more comprehensive and capable than Cubase in that you can have nested key commands and are a bit more like Keyboard Maestro conflict pallet.

It would be so much more helpful if there were an option in WaveLab to open a conflict pallet (as Keyboard Maestro calls it) that shows all the options that then can be pressed with a second key command.

The downside in WaveLab compared to Cubase & Nuendo is you can’t have multiple key commands for the same function and you can not find a key command by doing the key command. I love how pulling up the key command window in Cubendo shows you the last executed key command.

I remember years ago that WaveLab could discern between modifiers on the left or right side of the keyboard but that no longer seems to be the case.

I love how pulling up the key command window in Cubendo shows you the last executed key command.

What do you mean with that? (I am not a Cubendo specialist)

The Cubase Window where you setup Key Commands has a field where you can enter a key combination and it will show you what Key Command (if any) that the keystroke is assigned to. When you initially open that Window the field will be pre-populated with whatever was the last assigned keystroke you used during the session.

Yes, what raino said!