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Arranging and editingComping ► Recording takes

A take is any new data brought into a track. It can be recorded audio or MIDI, dragged-in loops, or imported files. If a track has data on it, it has at least one Take lane. A new Take lane is created for each new take.
1.
Go to Edit > Preferences > Project - Record, or right-click the Record button to access recording settings in the Preferences dialog box.
2.
Under Recording Mode, select Comping.
3.
Under Loop Recording, select Store Takes in a Single Track. Click OK to close the Preferences dialog box.
5.
Click the target track’s Expand/collapse Take Lanes button so Take lanes are visible.
6.
Click the track’s Record button to arm the track for recording. Note: It is important that you arm the parent track, not an existing Take lane.
8.
Right-click the Time Ruler and select Set Loop Points on the pop-up menu (or press SHIFT+L). You can also click the Set Loop Points to Selection button in the Control Bar’s Loop module.
9.
Click the Record button in Control Bar’s Transport module.
2.
Click the track’s Expand/collapse Take Lanes button (or press SHIFT+T) so Take lanes are visible.
3.
Click the top lane’s Add Take Lane button to create a new empty Take lane.
4.
Click the new Take lane’s Record button to arm the lane for recording.
5.
Click the Record button in Control Bar’s Transport module.
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