You can insert new tracks by a variety of methods. When you insert multiple tracks, you can set track output properties at the same time. If you want new audio tracks to always use the same output bus, you can set that bus as the default bus.Do one of the following:
Click the Insert menu and choose Audio Track or MIDI Track.
Right-click in the Track pane at the place where you want to insert a track, and select Insert Audio Track to add an audio track or Insert MIDI Track to add a MIDI track.SONAR shifts the current track and all tracks below it down by one, and inserts a blank, new track at the location of the highlight.
1. Use the Insert > Multiple Tracks command to open the Insert Tracks dialog box.
Fill in the number of audio tracks you want to insert in the Audio section’s Track Count field.
Pick a main audio output for the tracks in the Main Destination field.
If you want the main output that you chose to be the default output for new audio tracks, enable the Set as Default Bus check box. You can also choose the default bus by right-clicking a bus, and choosing Set as Default Bus from the pop-up menu.
If you want your new audio tracks to contain a Send module that outputs to a specific bus, choose the bus in the Send field. If you choose None, the new audio tracks will not contain a Send module.If you want to insert MIDI tracks, do the following:
Fill in the number of MIDI tracks you want to insert in the MIDI section’s Track Count field.
Pick a MIDI output for the tracks in the Port field.
Pick a MIDI output channel for the tracks in the Channel field.
3. Click OK to insert your tracks, or click Cancel to cancel the operation.Your new tracks appear below any pre-existing tracks, with new audio tracks appearing above new MIDI tracks.
Note: You can also choose the default output bus for new audio tracks by right-clicking a bus, and choosing Set as Default Bus from the pop-up menu.
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