When using the step record function in the Key Editor, is there an “undo” function, to delete a note that was incorrectly added, like a “step back and delete” …? (other than ctrl+Z).
Why don’t you want to use ctrl-z - after all that is what it is there for?
+ should do the trick.
Because I wanted the Blue Line to also go back at the same time rather than just delete the wrong note.
Shift-Left deletes all notes at the location, so if you’re adding to an already existing phrase and want only the note you added undone, create a macro-
Thanks Steve - that sounds like a good idea – I’m currently on Cubase Elements - can I do Macros there, I don’t see the option in Key Commands …?
OK, no worries, I’m on the trial version, and plan to purchase Artist.
I’ve been asking for this for a long time. Unfortunately UNDO can’t be included in a macro, by design.
That’s weird. I just tried & it’s true. Maybe they are concerned that it would result in a bunch of Macros Gone Wild.