Ripple edit

As deep Samplitude user and newbie in Nuendo I would say they’re very useful functions! Let’s make it happen in Nuendo!

Looks like a great time-saving feature.

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Does anyone from Steinberg read this forum?

Yes they do.

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Please Steinberg!

I know the functions “Shift+Clic” to select all events on a track and “Edit>Select>From Cursor to End” but the RIPPLE tool (with Markers Tracks!) would be great. Could someone from Steinberg answer? Maybe there is a definite reason why this tool is not developed?

Thank you :ugeek:

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Hello, I am currently working for a radio radio creation workshop in Arles and all students use Reaper … I can not show them Cubase (or Nuendo) when they knew Reaper’s Ripple Edit. What a pity! Please Steinberg! Ripple Edit for your excellent software! :exclamation:

Yes, there are some workflows that absolutely need Ripple Edit! Hope Steinberg will add this feature in 10.5!

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“Even” Studio One?! :laughing: :smiley:

Hey, man! I’m a former Sequoia user, but I had to give it up, because of Windoze. :frowning:

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No. That’s not quite true.

unfortunately you can only ripple one track (!) in Studio One.
all other tracks, especially markers (…), are unfortunately not included with Ripple Editing in S1.
That’s a half-baked solution.

I prefer Ripple Edit in Wavelab, would like to see this in Nuendo too.

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I’m already doing ripple editing in Nuendo with the command “Delete Time”

with the range tool, I can select on one or more tracks, hit delete time (I have a key command set up as Shift-delete) and everything ripples in (only on those tracks and range you selected)

with the object select tool instead (ie the arrow or first tool), you have to make a selection in the ruler, then delete time, and the whole session including all markers, tempo events and so on all ripple.

Is that what you are all looking for?