The sequence says 2, 3, 1 instead of 1, 2, 3… like it does in N11.
At first, I assumed it was because 1 = start and 2 = end in Nuendo. But N11 had the normal expected sequence and the cycle markers were incorporated also within the same numerical sequence.
In N12, the cycle markers are in their own section, which is fine. But in the marker master list they’re random ie: 1 = bar 3, 2 = bar 11, 3 = bar 18, CM1 = bar 109, 4 = bar 25.
Not only is this way out of sequence, the cycle marker 1 that I set should’ve been bar 42!
I’ll admit to plenty of “Pilot Error” on this, as I am still LEARNING and getting used to the controller. But since none of this happened in N11, I’m figuring that it’s a bug.
Okay, that worked. I’ve got 1 through 17 in chronological order now. But why didn’t it just do that automatically on import.? Also, since the sequence now goes “1, 2, 3… to whatever is the last entry,” does that mean 2 no longer equals END with the Marker’s sequence in N12?
Interesting! The numeric pad on Nuage is no longer in synch with the Numeric pad on the QWERTY keyboard.
Now that the sequence is chronological 2 will take me to bar 8 on Nuage. But 2 takes me to the END/Bar 117 from the PC’s numeric pad. Why don’t they match anymore?
Why am I using both? Because 1 - 9 on the PC pad is faster (I don’t have to hit the number and enter). For markers 10 and up, I use Nuage because it’s faster (locate points are lightening fast and markers are now accessible with 1 touch on the screen or the double digit + enter on the numeric pad).