Very easy and can be done in several modes/ways.
if you have set a range with the range tool just hit the KC assigned to the [Navigate>Down command] (I use the arrow down key).
For other editing methods you can just hit the KC for the [Locators to selection] command (P in my case), this enables you to assign your selected range to your L/R locators thus ...
Just learn both.
Ain't that hard anyway. When I was new to Nuendo I tried to mimic the behavior of PT in Nuendo. Was waste of time. Didn't fully learn to use Nuendo as its full potential.
After trashing my self made PT key commands set I really learned Nuendo.
And I still remember every key command I need in PT also even tho I don't use it that much ...
I am on a mac with a litte piece of software called OSCulator (http://www.osculator.net/)
It is free to try, and cheap to buy. This was proven to be the easiest solution for me. Just press the caps lock key and the wacom stops being a mouse and starts sending midi data.
I have used this with Reaktor and Alchemy with some pretty cool results.
Hope this ...
You might want to apply compression to individual tracks, track groups (rhythm+bass) maybe even the whole mix. Compressor is widely used to narrow down dynamic range which, among other things, makes signal percievably louder, as it allows to raise the volume level and, consequently, percievable loudness at initially more quiet segments, without overdriving ...
OK so I finally worked this out.
Select the audio region to pull-up.
F7 for "Direct Offline Processing"
Add a "Time Stretch" effect.
Select a ratio of 96 (96%).
This will shorten the region by 4%
Use an algorithm of Elastique-Pro-Time.
Apply the effect and Export region at the new length.
You can get a decent mastering volume this way..
Turn your speaker/monitor down and get ready to explode
Put in first slot "Maserati GRP Stereo" plugin and click the master button and adjust the compress knob, at this stage avoid sounding obvious. You need room for next push.
Put in the next slot " IM Pusher"
below is the ...
No, there is no standard setting to use to make something sound good. Compression is used to reduce the dynamic range of your sound and makes it have less difference between the softest and loudest parts by reducing the rate at which the signal gets "louder" (the ratio) beyond a given amount of signal (threshold).
The proper way to compress (or if you ...
Nuendo has Group Channel Track.
Just create wanted mono busses and mix it down to Main Output or Create 5.1 (up to 10.2) Bus (STEM) STEM. Use @aural-chef method with F4 shortcut.
In mixer there is Direct routing which help you to route faster...
For details take a look into manual there is a lot of information there!
It can be done... you need to use the multichannel child busses...in output (press F3)
and in the mixer view (F4) assign the inputs and outputs for channels.. like in protools..
Let me do it and send a pic
I have actually never had any problems with version 5.53 yet, other than Altiverb and Waves messing up my exits from the program, but I know from before that Nuendo at least has been very reluctant to handle samplerates not matching the project. Mixing Wave and Broadcast Wave is no problem, actually the same format with added Mata-data though.
The only way ...
I do believe in the keybindings section of nuendo there is a "protools" preset, but I have found that they do not really transfer well and you just end up lost trying to use pro tools key bindings in nuendo.
As its not really possible to work in exactly the same way in PT and Nuendo, it really isn't that helpful.
We actually started out trying to. But our layout has since evolved into its own system. Some parts are still loosely based on the PT keyset like zoom, top/tail, crossfade and the simple drop marker. It makes it easier for first timers.
Otoh I never ...
I don't know about PT, but in Nuendo with quick controls (it's the thing where you can very quickly assign any vst parameters to selected midi controller) Intuos 4 become some sort of magic wand, because you can control four parameters simultaneously with one hand: X/Y, pressure and pen incline as the fourth.
imho the incline of the pen is an uncomfortable ...
I am a dubbing / re-recording mixer with 10+ years experience. I think Nuendo is starting to give Pro Tools a run for its money. However having used both for long and short form on a daily basis, in my opinion....
Short form - Nuendo is ace, the folder tracks keep things nice and tidy (especially with the constant changes from advertising clients).
I've worked with Nuendo for years and think Protools is simply over rated, I know EVERY feature & function on Nuendo from front to back and recored hit records in my studio!!!! I'll give Nuendo five stars..............