asked Jan 25 '15 at 23:49 by dadaist (26)

Hey Bitwigers!

I may missed something but i can't find the way to Solo/M active track via keyboard.. i'm doing it with mouse click on track's S-btn Same for Zoom In/Out... seems 'z' key doesn't work for zoom. =( so i do it via mouse' scroll. But would like to use some shortcut keys.. Any suggestions?

I don't know how to solo or mute either. + for zoom in and - for zoom out. If that does not work use ctrl + for zoom and ctrl - for zoom out. To zoom out to full project size use ctrl+0 (as in zero). ctrl+alt and scroll up or down zooms in and out also. alt+scroll up or down scrolls in time-line. you can also just hold down scroll button and drag up or down to zoom in and out, i think thats the easiest. You can also hold down scroll and drag left or right to move across time-line.

To find more shortcuts press ctrl and enter, you will get access to all shortcuts :) if there is anything like zoom you search for type zoom :) Hope this helps out a bit


answered Jan 26 '15 at 08:09 by ronnyrydgren (1.2k)

thanks ronnyrydgren! tried this diff combination.. looks like i have CMD&– for zoom and SHIFT&– for zoom out.. that's kinda weird combination =\

thanks 4 shortcuts list! never seen it before =)

  — (Jan 26 '15 at 14:07) dadaist

It would be nice to have (or be able to set) context sensitive key triggers like in Logic: S = solo M = mute


answered Oct 31 '15 at 08:58 by amadeus (0)

You can still define your own keyboard shortcut in the preferences. "S" is already affected to set the caret in the browser, but I barely have interest in this function so I set it to solo one track (while you can solo "solo" multiple tracks using the mouse button).

These shortcuts won't be context sensitive as Amadeus suggests.


answered Oct 31 '15 at 20:49 by pakunoda (966)

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