Take lanes provide an alternative method of viewing and editing overlapping clips on tracks. Overlapping clips can occur when you record multiple takes on the same track. Take lanes can be expanded or collapsed on each track. When expanded, Take lanes are indented below the parent track. Take lanes can be created, hidden, and removed, and each track can have an unlimited number of lanes.To show a track’s Take lanes, click the track’s Expand/collapse Take lanes button .Figure 128. Take lanes collapsed.Figure 129. Take lanes expanded.A. Parent track B. Take lanesWhen you view clips in separate Take lanes, it’s easy to mute and solo them individually and eventually come up with a composite take, with only the best clips playing back.When you use loop recording, you can store all your takes in the same track, and then use the Mute tool or Audition (selection playback) to hear only the ones you want.If you enable a track’s Expand/collapse Take Lanes button , Cakewalk moves the track’s clips to separate lanes whenever any of the following happens:
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