Specialist Keyboard for Cubase

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Specialist Keyboard for Cubase

Postby LeVzi » Sat May 14, 2011 2:03 am

I just started using the editorskeys keyboard for cubase, and I have to say it's an absolute god send. I cannot remember the keyboard shortcuts, and instead of trying to reach for a crib sheet, this keyboard is the best.

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tbh i've gotten to love this keyboard. Really good investment, it's sped up my workflow.

http://www.editorskeys.com/audio-editin ... #Steinberg Cubase Keyboard


I don't work for this company or anything I just think it's a great idea for Cubase (And other DAW) users who like me struggle to remember all the shortcuts.
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Re: Specialist Keyboard for Cubase

Postby alexis » Sat May 14, 2011 2:51 am

LeVzi wrote:I just started using the editorskeys keyboard for cubase, and I have to say it's an absolute god send. I cannot remember the keyboard shortcuts, and instead of trying to reach for a crib sheet, this keyboard is the best.

Image

tbh i've gotten to love this keyboard. Really good investment, it's sped up my workflow.

http://www.editorskeys.com/audio-editin ... #Steinberg Cubase Keyboard


I don't work for this company or anything I just think it's a great idea for Cubase (And other DAW) users who like me struggle to remember all the shortcuts.


I have a similar looking one - mine was a bunch of stick-ons for each key that had pre-printed key commands. It is completely awesome, I agree!
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Re: Specialist Keyboard for Cubase

Postby LeVzi » Sat May 14, 2011 3:04 am

Same company I expect, they do the stick on keys too. The keyboard is really well built too, so it's built to last.
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Re: Specialist Keyboard for Cubase

Postby alexis » Sat May 14, 2011 3:30 am

LeVzi wrote:Same company I expect, they do the stick on keys too. The keyboard is really well built too, so it's built to last.


Yours looks cooler than mine, Words are all I have. You have icons!!

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One way to get variable-tempo audio to follow a grid here.
- A more detailed explanation for how to get variable-tempo audio to follow a grid here!
- And here for MIDI

Some ways to render virtual instruments to audio here.

Tips Tricks and Workflow Goodness

CubaseTutorial.net - very nice collection of instructional youtubes

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Re: Specialist Keyboard for Cubase

Postby kamalski » Tue May 17, 2011 3:53 am

i prefer a completely customized keyboard from X-keys that i can program to my needs. see picture
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Re: Specialist Keyboard for Cubase

Postby shaquapa » Thu May 19, 2011 9:41 pm

Xkey Cubase.JPG
Xkeys Keyboard - Cubase
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I also think the X-Keys does a much better job. Can't work without mine. You can print custom caps for it as well.
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Re: Specialist Keyboard for Cubase

Postby LeVzi » Fri May 20, 2011 12:11 am

Can't use them as a normal keyboard though, still require a standard one for normal use. The EditorKeys doubles as a standard keyboard. Saves on space :)
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