Unlike track solo buttons, Take lane solo buttons are mutually exclusive, meaning you can only solo one Take lane on a track at a time. This allows you to quickly audition or solo a single take since there is no need to first unsolo other takes.When soloed, time mute (partial clip mute) regions are ignored. You might want to enable looping in order to repeat a specific time region while you audition different takes.You can use the LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN ARROW keys to audition adjacent takes, then press the ENTER key to isolate the selected take. This is referred to as speed comping. For details, see Speed comping.
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