By default, SONAR allows you to solo multiple tracks and buses simultaneously. With Exclusive Solo mode, you can only solo one track and one bus at a time.When you solo a track or bus in Exclusive Solo mode, all other soloed tracks or buses are automatically unsoloed. This allows you to quickly listen to individual tracks and buses in isolation without having to manually unsolo other tracks or buses.Click the Exclusive Solo button in the Control Bar’s Mix module.Figure 44. The Mix module.
Note: When you enable Exclusive Solo mode, currently soloed tracks and buses are not affected until the next time you solo a track or bus.There are several situations where soloing one track actually solos more than one track, even when Exclusive solo mode is enabled:
If you solo a track that is assigned to a soft synth, all other tracks that are assigned to the same soft synth are also soloed.
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