Cakewalk lets you record any number of tracks at one time. You indicate the tracks you want to record by arming the tracks. You can arm a single track or several tracks at one time. Each track records material received though its selected input. Whenever a track is armed, not only does the track’s Arm for Recording button turn red (), but the Clips pane that’s to the right of that track’s controls turns a reddish hue.Click the track’s Arm for Recording button .
To arm several tracks at the same time, select one or more tracks, then hold down the CTRL key and click any selected track’s Arm for Recording button .A track’s Arm button turns red to indicate that the track is armed for recording.
Tip: You can quickly enable/disable the Arm for Recording button on multiple tracks by simply clicking a button in one track, then dragging across adjacent tracks without releasing the mouse button. Only buttons that match the clicked button’s state will change.Click the Arm / Disarm All Tracks button in the Control Bar’s Mix module, or press CTRL+R.Figure 134. The Mix module.
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