Creating Keyboard Shortcuts

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NilaJean
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Creating Keyboard Shortcuts

Post by NilaJean » Mon Mar 12, 2018 7:17 pm

Koz, the only shortcuts I know are Cmd-A, Cmd-Z, and Cmd-R (repeat effect), but am wondering if i can create a macro of RMS Normalize and Limiter with a keyboard shortcut, and one for Noise Reduction??? How about CMD + for zoom, and CMD - for zoom out?

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Re: Creating Keyboard Shortcuts

Post by billw58 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 7:26 pm

All keyboard shortcuts are documented on this manual page, or you can see them when you pull down the menus.

You can customize keyboard shortcuts in Keyboard Preferences.

You can create a macro using Audacity's Chains feature.

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