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Steinberg has a selection of video tutorials on YouTube.

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I heard about the Logitech G15 keyboard from Fredo on the Nuendo forum and I have loved it from the first moment I got it.  The backlit keys are great to have in low light environments, but the kicker is the set of programmable keys along the left side of the keyboard.  Some versions will have six programmable keys, but if you look hard enough you can get the version with 18!

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I've posted my Lemur file that I use with Nuendo 6.5.  This has a Control Room section for all 4 cues, the phones and CR section.  It has a page for use with a selected channel, a page for channel EQ and an 11 octave keyboard just in case you need one (2 octaves at a time.)  You'll need to import the xml file into your Nuendo device setup (Devices/Device Setup/Import) and import the jzml file into your Lemur software.  Most things should hook right up but I've found that the cue sends usually get messed up since they are very dependent on system setup.  So you'll probably have to attach the Cue devices by hand to match your system settings.

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BetterTouchTool is the free software that's an absolute must have for input control.  It works with a regular mouse, trackpads, Leap Motion, and more.  On top of that, it allows for customization depending on which program you're using.  So when you configure a command in Nuendo, that same command can be used for something specific to your Email program.  Did I mention it's free?
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I use the Apple Magic Trackpad along with the BetterTouchTool software.  I can program custom gestures and attach them to Nuendo commands.  For example, I can now use pinch motions to zoom horizontally, use finger gestures to locate to the beginning or end of files, etc.  It did take me a couple of weeks to get used to it, but I can work so much faster using it.

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Lemur is a fantastic app for iPad which allows you to program your own GUIs to interface with Nuendo.
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