Originally Posted by traumerei1838
R & T for zoom
L : " are like your up down left right arrows
Dude I hate Cubase. I still use it for PC VST garbage.
WElcome to PT. It ain't perfect, but man I bet you'll feel the difference quickly.
Luckily the keyboard shortcuts have a fairly succinct PDF.
Can you tell me the difference between concise and succinct after a few beers?
In a studio setting you need tab to transients, which is the P. L. : . " I showed you
Keyboard focus mode. THere is a stupid little icon that has A-Z
but there's 3 or 4 of deez. Figure out what they do.
When they're in the right window, they speed up keyboard shrtcuts nicely
Identify beat is pretty fast. Use tab to transients, select a 4 bar loop, then press Apple I
specify 4 exact measures, then it calulates the tempo for you.
theres a bunch of ways to chop audio
shift+opt+3 is the least bueno. it clogs up your hard drive
apple + E just slices. nice n quick
shift+opt+7 and shift+opt+8 is da bomb. it doesnt rewrite files. just trims the audio start or audio end to your selection.
and get to know your fades. the F button works on its own with keyboard focus mode enabled (A-Z)
or Apple F for sutom, mind blowing fades
Lots of those are the older short cuts.
B slices, d and g fade to start/end, a/s are quicker trim options. You need command focus mode for this.
Shift/alt/3 isn't slicing, it's consolidating.
Tab is the tab to transient key. Not sure if that's what you meant, but it's not clear.
E is zoom toggle - I used to find this a pain, but get to know how to use it and it's a really quick way to focus on problem areas.