Together with Take lanes, clip muting and isolating (clip soloing) make it easy to build a composite take from multiple takes.The Mute tool lets you mute/unmute entire clips, or only regions within clips. Click a clip to mute/unmute the clip. Drag in the bottom half of the clip to mute a region, and drag in the top half to unmute a region. A clip that is completely muted appears dimmed. In addition, you can also play back only selected data if you want by pressing the SHIFT key and the SPACEBAR at the same time.
2. If you want to mute a precise amount of time, enable the Snap to Grid button and set its menu to an appropriate value.Cakewalk mutes the area you dragged through and displays the muted waveform or MIDI data as a dotted line.A. Muted area of clip
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