[WIKI] All Key Commands in Cubase 11.0.41

Commands: Transport

Part Three

Command Default Key Function My Rating Link
Set Marker 1 Ctrl 1 Inserts marker number 1. 10 Position Markers
Set Marker 2 Ctrl 2 Inserts marker number 2. 10 Position Markers
Set Marker 3 Ctrl Num 3, Ctrl 3 Inserts marker number 3. 10 Position Markers
Set Marker 4 Ctrl Num 4, Ctrl 4 Inserts marker number 4. 10 Position Markers
Set Marker 5 Ctrl Num 5, Ctrl 5 Inserts marker number 5. 10 Position Markers
Set Marker 6 Ctrl Num 6, Ctrl 6 Inserts marker number 6. 10 Position Markers
Set Marker 7 Ctrl Num 7, Ctrl 7 Inserts marker number 7. 10 Position Markers
Set Marker 8 Ctrl Num 8, Ctrl 8 Inserts marker number 8. 10 Position Markers
Set Marker 9 Ctrl Num 9, Ctrl 9 Inserts marker number 9. 10 Position Markers
Set Punch In to Project Cursor Position Sets the coordinates of Punch In’s position to be those of the current position of the project cursor. 6 Transport Menu
Set Punch Out to Project Cursor Position Sets the coordinates of Punch Out’s position to be those of the current position of the project cursor. 6 Transport Menu
Set Punch Points to Selection Range Sets the Punch In and Punch Out position to the selection. Works with ranges or object selections. 7 Transport Menu
Set Right Locator to Project Cursor Position Ctrl Num 2 Sets the coordinates of the Right Locator to be those of the current position of the project cursor. 10 Transport Menu
Shuttle Play 1/2x Self explanatory. Observation: ?Not quite working with my keyboard? 0
Shuttle Play 1/4x Self explanatory. Observation: ?Not quite working with my keyboard? 0
Shuttle Play 1/8x Self explanatory. Observation: ?Not quite working with my keyboard? 0
Shuttle Play 1x Self explanatory. Observation: ?Not quite working with my keyboard? 0
Shuttle Play 2x Self explanatory. Observation: ?Not quite working with my keyboard? 0
Shuttle Play 4x Self explanatory. Observation: ?Not quite working with my keyboard? 0
Shuttle Play 8x Self explanatory. Observation: ?Not quite working with my keyboard? 0
Shuttle Play Reverse 1/2x Self explanatory. Observation: ?Not quite working with my keyboard? 0
Shuttle Play Reverse 1/4x Self explanatory. Observation: ?Not quite working with my keyboard? 0
Shuttle Play Reverse 1/8x Self explanatory. Observation: ?Not quite working with my keyboard? 0
Shuttle Play Reverse 1x Self explanatory. Observation: ?Not quite working with my keyboard? 0
Shuttle Play Reverse 2x Self explanatory. Observation: ?Not quite working with my keyboard? 0
Shuttle Play Reverse 4x Self explanatory. Observation: ?Not quite working with my keyboard? 0
Shuttle Play Reverse 8x Self explanatory. Observation: ?Not quite working with my keyboard? 0
Start Enter Self explanatory 10 Transport Menu
StartStop Space Self explanatory 10 Transport Menu
StartStopPreview In Sample Editor, this command starts/stops the Audition. 6 Sample Editor Toolbar
Stop Num 0 Self explanatory 10 Transport Menu
To Cycle Marker 1 Sets the project cursor to the start of cycle marker 1. 10 Cycle Markers
To Cycle Marker 2 Sets the project cursor to the start of cycle marker 2. 10 Cycle Markers
To Cycle Marker 3 Sets the project cursor to the start of cycle marker 3. 10 Cycle Markers
To Cycle Marker 4 Sets the project cursor to the start of cycle marker 4. 10 Cycle Markers
To Cycle Marker 5 Sets the project cursor to the start of cycle marker 5. 10 Cycle Markers
To Cycle Marker 6 Sets the project cursor to the start of cycle marker 6. 10 Cycle Markers
To Cycle Marker 7 Sets the project cursor to the start of cycle marker 7. 10 Cycle Markers
To Cycle Marker 8 Sets the project cursor to the start of cycle marker 8. 10 Cycle Markers
To Cycle Marker 9 Sets the project cursor to the start of cycle marker 9. 10 Cycle Markers
To Cycle Marker X Brings up a little window where we type the number of the cycle marker on the left side of which the project cursor will be set. EXCELLENT! 10 Cycle Markers
Toggle: Cycle follow when locating to Markers Determines what happens when locating to a marker (NOT a cycle marker). When activated, locating to a marker (again NOT a cycle marker) will set the locators to a zero range at the marker’s position. Example: We have a cycle starting at 1 and ending at 5. We have a marker at 9. If we activate the preference and then double click on the marker, the cycle will collapse: Left Locator will be set at 9, and Right Locator will be set at 9. Cycle will always follow when locating to Cycle Markers. 3 Marker Settings
Unlock Record Unlocks record if locked. (See Lock Record) 9 Lock Record
Use Post-roll Activates/Deactivates Post-roll. 8 Pre-Roll and Post-Roll
Use Pre-/Post-Roll Activates/Deactivates both Pre-roll AND Post-roll. 9 Pre-Roll and Post-Roll
Use Pre-roll Activates/Deactivates Pre-roll. 8 Pre-Roll and Post-Roll
Use Precount Activates/Deactivates Precount. (on the tool bar it’s “Count-in”, same in the right click toolbar setup.) 8 Transport Bar Sections
Use Tempo Track Switches between using the Tempo Track and Fixed Tempo. (Or activates/deactivates the Tempo Track. You decide.) 8 Tempo Track Controls
Use Video Follow Edit Mode Activates/Deactivates. Per manual: If this option is activated, the project cursor automatically follows when you make selections or when you perform editing operations. 8 Use Video Follows Edit Mode
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Commands: Video

Command Default Key Function My Rating Link
Mute all video tracks Mutes/Unmutes the Video Track. 8 Video Track Inspector
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Commands: VRPlayerRemote

Command Default Key Function My Rating Link
GoPro VR Player Remote Brings up the GoPro VR Player Remote. 8 GoPro VR Player Remote Window
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Commands: Window Zones

Command Default Key Function My Rating Link
Show/Hide Left Zone Ctrl Alt L, Alt I Self explanatory. 10 Left Zone
Show/Hide Right Zone Ctrl Alt R Self explanatory. 10 Right Zone
Show/Hide Upper Zone Ctrl Alt U Self explanatory. 10
Show/Hide Lower Zone Ctrl Alt E, Ctrl Alt B Self explanatory. 10 Lower Zone
Show/Hide Transport Zone Ctrl Alt T Self explanatory. 10 Transport Bar
Show Previous Tab Ctrl Alt Left Self explanatory. 10
Show Next Tab Ctrl Alt Right Self explanatory. 10
Show Previous Page Ctrl Alt Up, Page Up Self explanatory. 10
Show Next Page Ctrl Alt Down, Page Down Self explanatory. 10
Show/Hide Info Line Ctrl I Self explanatory. 10 Info Line
Show/Hide Overview Alt O Self explanatory. 10 Overview Line
Show/Hide Status Line Self explanatory. 10 Status Line
Show/Hide Regions Self explanatory. 10 Regions List
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Commands: Windows

Command Default Key Function My Rating Link
Close All Self explanatory 5 Windows Dialog
Close All Plug-in Windows Self explanatory 5 Closing All Control Panels
Maximize Self explanatory 5 Windows Dialog
Minimize Self explanatory 5 Windows Dialog
Minimze All Self explanatory 5 Windows Dialog
Restore All Self explanatory 5 Windows Dialog
Select Next Plug-in Window Self explanatory 9
Show/Hide Desktop Self explanatory. This is about Cubase’s background. It will switch to allow you to see your desktop and switch so that you don’t see your desktop. 7
Show/Hide Plug-ins Self explanatory 10 Hiding/Showing Effect Control Panels
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Commands: Workspaces

Command Default Key Function My Rating Link
New Ctrl Num 0 Self explanatory. 10 Creating Workspaces
No Workspace Alt Num 0 Unloads workspaces. 10 Workspaces Organizer
Organize Brings up the Workspaces Organizer Panel. You can work with it open. 7 Workspaces Organizer
Update Workspace Alt U If you make changes to a workspace and then give this command, the workspace will be updated, and the changes you made saved into it. 10 Workspaces Organizer
Workspace 1 Alt Num 1 Directly launches Workspace 1 10
Workspace 2 Alt Num 2 Directly launches Workspace 2 10
Workspace 3 Alt Num 3 Directly launches Workspace 3 10
Workspace 4 Alt Num 4 Directly launches Workspace 4 10
Workspace 5 Alt Num 5 Directly launches Workspace 5 10
Workspace 6 Alt Num 6 Directly launches Workspace 6 10
Workspace 7 Alt Num 7 Directly launches Workspace 7 10
Workspace 8 Alt Num 8 Directly launches Workspace 8 10
Workspace 9 Alt Num 9 Directly launches Workspace 9 10
Workspace X Ctrl Alt Num 0 Brings up a little window in which we type the number of the workspace to load. EXCELLENT! 10
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Commands: Zoom

Command Default Key Function My Rating Link
Redo Zoom Redoes a Zoom Undo 10 Zoom Submenu
Undo Zoom Undoes Zoom 10 Zoom Submenu
Zoom 4 Tracks Zooms so that 4 tracks fit the screen vertically. Comment: ? In my case, 3 tracks fit on the screen. ? 6 Track Zoom Menu
Zoom 8 Tracks Zooms so that 8 tracks fit the screen vertically. Comment: ? In my case, 7 tracks fit on the screen. ? 6 Track Zoom Menu
Zoom Cycle Marker 1 Zooms to Cycle Marker 1 so that it fits the screen horizontally. 8 Zooming in on Cycle Markers
Zoom Cycle Marker 2 Zooms to Cycle Marker 2 so that it fits the screen horizontally. 8 Zooming in on Cycle Markers
Zoom Cycle Marker 3 Zooms to Cycle Marker 3 so that it fits the screen horizontally. 8 Zooming in on Cycle Markers
Zoom Cycle Marker 4 Zooms to Cycle Marker 4 so that it fits the screen horizontally. 8 Zooming in on Cycle Markers
Zoom Cycle Marker 5 Zooms to Cycle Marker 5 so that it fits the screen horizontally. 8 Zooming in on Cycle Markers
Zoom Cycle Marker 6 Zooms to Cycle Marker 6 so that it fits the screen horizontally. 8 Zooming in on Cycle Markers
Zoom Cycle Marker 7 Zooms to Cycle Marker 7 so that it fits the screen horizontally. 8 Zooming in on Cycle Markers
Zoom Cycle Marker 8 Zooms to Cycle Marker 8 so that it fits the screen horizontally. 8 Zooming in on Cycle Markers
Zoom Cycle Marker 9 Zooms to Cycle Marker 9 so that it fits the screen horizontally. 8 Zooming in on Cycle Markers
Zoom Full Shift F Zooms horizontally so that the whole project (start of first event to the end of the last event) fits on the screen horizontally. 10 Zoom Submenu
Zoom In H Zooms in horizontally. The target, the focal point, the place where the zooming occurs is the Project Cursor. 10 Zoom Submenu
Zoom in On Waveform Vertically Alt H Makes waveforms in events bigger. 10 Zooming in on Audio Contents
Zoom In Tracks Ctrl Down This command acts upon the vertical size of the selected track(s), enlarging them by one row each time. 10 Zoom Submenu
Zoom In Vertically Shift H This command actus upon the vertical size of all tracks, enlarging them by one row each time. 10 Zoom Submenu
Zoom MEM This command MEMorizes the current zoom situation. Position, vertical zoom, horizontal zoom. You can later recall the memory using Zoom ZAP. A very very useful 1-2 combination. 10
Zoom N Tracks Brings up a little window where we select the number of tracks. That is the number of the tracks we need to fit on screen. Comment: ? In my case, N-1 tracks fit on the screen. ? 7 Track Zoom Menu
Zoom Out G Zooms out horizontally. The target, the focal point, the place where the zooming occurs is the Project Cursor. 10 Zoom Submenu
Zoom Out of Waveform Vertically Alt G Makes waveforms in events smaller. 10 Zooming in on Audio Contents
Zoom Out Tracks Ctrl Up This command acts upon the vertical size of the selected track(s), shrinking them by one row each time. 10 Zoom Submenu
Zoom Out Vertically Shift G This command actus upon the vertical size of all tracks, shrinking them by one row each time. 10 Zoom Submenu
Zoom Preset 1 Instantly recalls Zoom Preset 1. 8 Zoom Presets
Zoom Preset 2 Instantly recalls Zoom Preset 2. 8 Zoom Presets
Zoom Preset 3 Instantly recalls Zoom Preset 3. 8 Zoom Presets
Zoom Preset 4 Instantly recalls Zoom Preset 4. 8 Zoom Presets
Zoom Preset 5 Instantly recalls Zoom Preset 5. 8 Zoom Presets
Zoom to Event Shift E Zooms the corresponding editor to fit the selected event. 10 Zoom Submenu
Zoom to Locators Zooms to the locators’ position. 9
Zoom to Selection Alt S Zooms horizontally AND vertically, so that the current selection fits the screen. 10 Zoom Submenu
Zoom to Selection Horizontally This command will only zoom horizontally, so that the current selection fits the screen. 10 Zoom Submenu
Zoom Tracks 1 Row Directly sets the track height to 1 row. 8 Track Zoom Menu
Zoom Tracks 2 Rows Directly sets the track height to 2 rows. 8 Track Zoom Menu
Zoom Tracks 3 Rows Directly sets the track height to 3 rows. 8 Track Zoom Menu
Zoom Tracks 4 Rows Directly sets the track height to 4 rows. 8 Track Zoom Menu
Zoom Tracks Exclusive Z Greatly increases the track height of the selected track(s). All other tracks are shrinked to 1 row. 10
Zoom Tracks Full Shrinks the track height of all tracks, sot that they can all fit in one screen vertically. Comment: Again, I’m getting -1 track for all of them to fit. That is, if I have 16 tracks, only 15 will fit. If I have 23, only 22 will fit. 8 Track Zoom Menu
Zoom Tracks Minimal Shrinks the track height of all tracks to minimal. 8 Track Zoom Menu
Zoom Tracks N Rows Brings up a “Type in number of rows” window, where we type the number of rows we wish all tracks to be in size. 0 will set them to minimal, 2 to the default etc. 9 Track Zoom Menu
Zoom ZAP Recalls the Zoom snapshot saved when you used “Zoom MEM”. 10
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Well done. Thanks

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Thank you for all the likes SF! :wave:t2: :heart:

Everybody

This thread is a wiki. This means that if you have time to spare, you can go through the entries and freely edit anything that is poorly written, be it grammar, syntax, the description of a function, better links to the manual if you can find them, anything.

My Rating

“My Rating” column is just a ballpark measure of how much it would be worth it to assign the key command. Some functions are so readily available when using a mouse that it’s not worth it to assign the key command. Some might just not be worth sacrificing a key to them. We can always run out of keyboard after all. Feel free to change the rating too, maybe leave a comment on why you think a command is better or worse, so that we all learn something new!

:+1:t2:

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Very nice work!

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Your edits will be invaluable for the categories about the Score Editor, @Maestro !

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Thanxz a lot! That was kinda cool. No, that was awesome!!!

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This is great. Thanks for the effort @ggmanestraki

One adjustment that would be useful is if an additional post could be inserted before the very first post and it just consists of links to the individual posts to form a table of contents. Suspect a Moderator would need to be involved.

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That wouldn’t be possible. But it’s a wiki, so someone can add the table of contents to the top of it.

Ah, an index! Great idea!

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Use Markdown instead of html. This will generate links. Hover the mouse just to the left of a line start, then right-click to copy the link.

this:

## section title
## section title

Creates this:

section title

section title


Also, if off-topic replies appear, please flag. One of the mods will move or remove the post.

I think I’ve got it. Two things:

  1. What’s up with the links sometimes showing up as the full links, and other times as a description. From [WIKI] All Key Commands in Cubase 11.0.41 - #40 by ggmanestraki and down, every link shows up like that, and it’s ugly. Sometimes the issue resolves itself after a while when an edit has been submitted, as if it needs to “load” for a bit, other times it stays like that.
  2. I’m out of edits! I never knew I could run out of edits! I’ll continue after 24 hours, when my editing mana has been replenished.
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It looks like a bug – @Ben_at_Steinberg can we bother you with this?

Edit – Not a bug, I think. I changed a couple from html to Markdown and links displayed correctly.

Maybe there’s a limited fallback to accommodate html, and I guess Markdown needs to be used.

The problem turned out to be line breaks after the titles. When we remove the white space and cram the title and the body of text (definition of table ) right next to each other, without a space, everything works fine. Noted.

Another thing I need your opinion on is this (steve’s and everyone else’s). Now that the links are easily available, I can copy and paste them to the top. However, they come out as oneboxes, with my name as a header and some convoluted information inside, like so:

This isn’t the best layout, in my opinion. Is there another behavior we can coax out of this method, or should I go for in-line links like so?

Windows

Workspaces

Zoom

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