SONAR automatically places any synth and MIDI tracks that use soft synths into a group that makes muting and soloing the tracks easy:
To mute or solo a MIDI track that is patched to a synth track, simply mute or solo the MIDI track—SONAR automatically mutes or solos the correct synth track. If another MIDI track uses the synth track as an output, SONAR leaves the synth track unmuted.
To mute or solo all the MIDI tracks that are patched to a specific soft synth, simply mute or solo the synth track that the MIDI tracks are patched into.—SONAR automatically mutes or solos all the correct MIDI tracks.
Click the M or S buttons (mute and solo, respectively) next to the soft synth’s name in the Synth Rack view. This mutes or solos all the tracks associated with this instance of the soft synth.
Click the Solo button on the soft synth’s property page. The Solo button functions the exact same way as the Solo button on the source track/bus.You can use the Mute and Solo buttons in the Track view, Synth Rack, or Console view.
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