nikkik wrote:...my post was actually being devil's advocate.
I think you've really 'overthought' this one, Nikki...
While a 'universal' set of keycommands is interesting to me, I do agree that Logic/PTools, etc., should allow you to save different 'groups' of KC's for each individual user (same with preferences).
For me..I considered myself pretty new to Logic when this post first came out. Personality things aside, I think BT does some great work, and why NOT try and learn how/why he does things? I opened up the KC's and WOW..there's a lot of stuff in there.
I spent a rainy saturday just looking at his list and trying to figure out the workflow. Some of it made a LOT of sense, some didn't...mostly because they were features I didn't use.
A typical day for me would be spending a few hours on PT on a PC, a few hours on Logic on a Mac, then a few hours on PT on a Mac. My brain tends to just explode with so many DIFFERENT kc's... I really like how BT incorporated a good chunk of kc's from PTools Mac into Logic.
Now I only get confused on the PC side of PTools/Icon at the big studio.
I've actually gotten to where I only use a solid handful of KC's most of the time (and the 'special' things you can only do with KC's on Logic.."...when my students/coworkers watch me work, it's inevetable they ask 'why aren't you using xxxx key command to do xxxx"?.....
"uhm..I killed too many brain cells in my youth..It's easier for me to remember which menu things are listed in..."