just wanted to start a thread about old behaviours that still drive me a little mental, but wonder if there’s a work-around that I have missed.
The first two that inspired me to write are:
- some way to not have the crossfade window pop up unless you really want it to (ie: double click the crossfade)
Nu 5.5 seemed to help a little with this, but it still happens a lot!
- is there some way to not have it jump to whatever is selected when you press play while using Edit Mode? This has driven me nuts for a loooong time…
- Not really worth mentioning again, but some way to cut one event in the new lanes without cutting everything and making a mess (yes, the range selection tool does work here in a pinch, but…)
- I assign a key command to increment/ decrement event volume (command-up/down arrow, I highly recommend this one!) the only problem is, if I select a bunch of events that have different event volumes and try to increment all of them by 2 dB they are all reset to the initial level and then boosted by 2 dB. So if I’ve edited a vocal track with all sorts of volume changes, I can’t just boost using the key command (I know, a bit lazy this one!)
I’ll add more as they come up, but I was talking to a buddy and it’s funny how I just accept things that seem lame, instead of becoming that squeaky wheel that needs some grease!
FWIW I do love Nuendo, and thank the good Lord I don’t have to look at the black selections that the Cubase GUI has right now!