When showing multiple Take lanes, the parent track shows a Comp clip that is a visual representation of all overlapping unmuted takes in the track, but no audio or MIDI data actually exists in a Comp clip. A track can contain multiple Comp clips if there are time gaps between takes.Each Comp clip has a blue unifying header bar, which allows you to select and move the takes as a group, and the clip background color is slightly darker than regular clips.A. Comp clip B. TakesFigure 149. A Comp clip can contain multiple regions.A. Isolated take region B. Empty region (no unmuted takes) C. Multiclip region D. Isolated take E. Muted take F. Crossfade G. Comp clip unified header (click to select or move all takes as a group) H. Multiclip region (multiple overlapping unmuted takes)
Unified header. The solid blue header makes it easy to identify Comp clips. Click the header to select all underlying takes, or drag to move all takes as a group.
Isolated take region. Shows the clip data for a single isolated take. There are no other overlapping unmuted takes.
Multiclip region. If multiple unmuted takes overlap, the Comp clip automatically shows a multiclip, which displays the combined waveform or MIDI data of the overlapping clips.
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