The Track view Tracks > Clone Track(s) command opens the Clone dialog box. Use this command to copy a track or tracks to a new track or tracks. The Clone dialog box has the following fields:
Clone Events. Check this check box if you want to copy the MIDI and audio clips in the selected track(s).
Link to Original Clip(s). Check this check box if you want the clips in the new track(s) to become linked clips with the identical clips in the original track(s).
Clone Properties. Check this check box if you want to copy the properties of the highlighted track(s), such as the name, output, channel, etc.
Clone Effects. Check this check box if you want the new track(s) to use the same real-time effects that are patched into the original track.
Clone Sends. Check this check box if you want the new track(s) to use the same sends that are patched into the original track(s).
Repetitions. The number of tracks you want to create from the selected track(s).
Starting Track. The track at which your cloned track(s) appear. Existing tracks are moved down to make room, not overwritten.
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