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Steinberg Nuendo 551 Setup Key


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Steinberg Nuendo 551 Setup Key


How to Set Up Key Commands in Steinberg Nuendo 551


Steinberg Nuendo 551 is a powerful audio production software that allows you to create, edit, mix and master professional-quality soundtracks for film, TV, game and multimedia projects. One of the features that makes Nuendo 551 so efficient and flexible is the ability to customize key commands, also known as keyboard shortcuts, for various functions and tools.


Key commands let you perform actions with a single keystroke or a combination of keys, without having to use the mouse or navigate through menus. This can save you time and improve your workflow, especially when you have to perform repetitive tasks or switch between different modes and windows.


In this article, we will show you how to set up key commands in Steinberg Nuendo 551, using the following steps:


Accessing the Key Commands dialog


Searching for functions and assigning keys


Saving and loading key command presets


Restoring default key commands


Accessing the Key Commands dialog


The Key Commands dialog is where you can view, modify and create key commands for Nuendo 551. To open it, you can either select File > Key Commands from the menu bar, or press Ctrl/Cmd + Alt + K on your keyboard[^1^].


The Key Commands dialog has three main sections: Category, Command and Type in Key. The Category section lists all the available categories of functions, such as Edit, Transport, Mixer, etc. The Command section lists all the functions within the selected category, such as Cut, Paste, Mute, etc. The Type in Key section shows the current key command for the selected function, and allows you to enter a new one.


Searching for functions and assigning keys


If you want to find a specific function or tool and assign a key command to it, you can use the search field at the top of the Key Commands dialog. Simply type in a keyword or part of a function name, and Nuendo 551 will display all the matching results in the Command section. For example, if you type in "fade", you will see all the functions related to fade editing.


To assign a key command to a function, select it from the Command section and click on the Type in Key field. Then press the key or combination of keys that you want to use for that function. For example, if you want to assign F5 to open the MediaBay window, select MediaBay > Open MediaBay Window from the Command section and press F5 on your keyboard. You will see F5 appear in the Type in Key field.


If the key or combination of keys that you entered is already assigned to another function, Nuendo 551 will warn you with a message below the Type in Key field. You can either choose a different key command for your function, or overwrite the existing one by clicking on Assign Anyway. You can also delete a key command by selecting it from the Type in Key field and pressing Delete.


Saving and loading key command presets


If you want to save your custom key commands as a preset file, you can click on the Store Preset... button at the bottom of the Key Commands dialog. This will open a file browser where you can name and save your preset file as an XML document. You can store multiple presets for different purposes or projects.


To load a preset file, click on the Preset... button at the bottom of the Key Commands dialog. This will open a drop-down menu where you can select one of your saved presets or one of the default presets that come with Nuendo 551. For example, if you want to use the Cubase preset that mimics the key commands of Cubase, select C 061ffe29dd






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