Sometimes you want to hear a single track, or a few tracks at once, without having to mute all the other tracks. You can do this by soloing the tracks you want to hear.As soon as any track is marked as a solo track, Cakewalk ignores all mute settings (unless a soloed track is also muted—mute takes precedence over solo) and plays only the track or tracks that are set to solo. Any number of tracks at one time can be marked as solo. All these tracks will play together. As soon as the solo status of the final solo track is turned off, Cakewalk once again plays back tracks based on their mute settings.
To solo or unsolo several tracks at once, select the tracks and do one of the following:
Right-click a track strip and choose MSR > Solo on the pop-up menu.
Do one of the following:
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