Creating Macros in Cubase | Tips, Tricks and Workflow Enhancements

Key commands allow us to create quick short-cuts to perform various functions. Macros are different because they allow us to combine a number of tasks and assign a key command so these tasks are performed in order whenever the key is pressed. In this video we quickly cover the steps involved in creating your own macro.

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  • Lift Where You Stand/Can
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    Here's to hoping Steinberg puts some love back into Macros again, by letting you move commands up and down once they are in the macro without having to start over. I am thankful for Macros in Cubendo they have saved me hours but I have also spent hours remaking them to add one simple command as the software has changed over the years. Macros I don't think has seen any new love in over 15 years. I am pretty sure they are the same as they have been since Cubase 1 in 2001. There are so many pleas for an update for a simple delay function and reordering the macros without starting over to insert something.

  • シリーXLII
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    Easy Andy. This kind of stuff is super useful. Would be amazing to have some videos about logical editor.
    The one thing I find doing often is once you've mixed the track, I need to bring down all the track faders a few dB including the volume automation, would be dope to have a logical editor macro that does that. I had something similar before but I lost it somewhere. Logical is the most powerful, yet most underrated and overlooked part of cubase.

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