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Old 17th February 2009 , 12:49 PM
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Im pretty new to Cubase but i have mastered all of the features. The only problem im having is that i cant remember the keyboard shortcuts and when im mixing its so much easier to use these! Does anyone have any advice on how to remember these?
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Old 17th February 2009 , 01:11 PM
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Print 'em out and stick 'em on the side of your screen, not all of them but the ones you use most. Then once you don't need to look at them anymore put the next load up until eventually you've cracked them all.
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Print 'em out and stick 'em on the side of your screen, not all of them but the ones you use most. Then once you don't need to look at them anymore put the next load up until eventually you've cracked them all.
+1 or get the keyboard stickers
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regular use will get you their better than anything else. [I think there's a theory that you have to do something 9 times to stick it in short term memory and to continue over a medium to long period to move it to long term.]
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regular use will get you their better than anything else. [I think there's a theory that you have to do something 9 times to stick it in short term memory and to continue over a medium to long period to move it to long term.]
Yes, that sounds about right, Trev...but with age it might get to 99!
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Recite them like the times table at school.
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Recite them like the times table at school.
or if you where like me, write them on a small slip of paper and hide under your keyboard like at school
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How about something more subliminal? Record yourself saying them and when you go to sleep play the recording back through your headphones or loudspeakers...hell...the whole neighbourhood could even learn tem shortcuts!!
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Recite them like the times table at school.
Sphelan is a cheeky sprog, Sphelan is a cheeky sprog,
Sphelan is a cheeky sprog...






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Old 17th February 2009 , 03:29 PM
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Or just use the mouse.
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Old 17th February 2009 , 06:32 PM
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dont bother buying the keyboard short cut here it is as a jpeg ..
just save to your desktop and print out .

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Great tip!
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I just change them to what I will remember easily.
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Old 23rd February 2009 , 01:36 PM
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Default buy stickers sooo much better

i bought a sticker set for a tenner and its so much easier then remmebering or printing out the shortcuts and trying to look at them as u use them!!

try it out, worked for me!!

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I have used editorskeys since reading this post, not the stickers but the silicone cover things and its actually amazing! well worth about 30 quid. and when im not editing i can just take the cover off.
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