I’m doing my best to adjust to Cubase’s ways of handling snap, no-snap, grid sub-divisions, etc
I tend to leave grid snap on (since for some – but unfortately not all – things I can just use the cmd/cntrl modifer to temporarily switch snap off. I wish this worked for ALL scenarios, but unfortunately it’s handicapped the ones I use most often, figured)
Is there a way to flip snap on/off mid drag? I’m assuming not, the default J short cut is disabled during a drag operation
Now my real question:
For those of you who mapped your own keyboard short cuts to quickly switch between commonly used grid divisions (eg whole, 1/4, 1/16/th etc) – what keys did you choose? I’m struggling to think of something available that is a good ergonomic choice so I can work with minimal movement when programming or editing.
And what about grid quantize mode (ie Grid, Grid Relative, etc)?
Thanks for the input!