The Play List view allows you to automatically play multiple files in sequence. A Play List is a list of projects arranged in the desired playback order, from top to bottom. You can use this feature in live performance applications or just for fun.Figure 91. The Play List.The Play List view lets you create and work with a series of project, MIDI, and bundle files. You can create, edit, and save a Play List (or set) of up to 999 Cakewalk projects. As each file plays, Cakewalk loads it and displays it in the Track view and other views like any other project file.You can program the list to pause between songs for a fixed amount of time, or to wait for a keystroke before proceeding. You can start playback from any project in the Play List by simply double-clicking the desired project.To create a new Play List, go to File > New, choose Play List Set from the list, and click OK.
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