When you enable Solo Override on a track or bus, that track/bus will never be muted as a result of soloing any other track/bus.This is a very useful feature when you want to always hear a particular track regardless of which other tracks are soloed. For example, you may want to always hear the vocal track while you solo other instrument tracks. This can be accomplished easily by using Exclusive Solo mode (see Exclusive Solo mode) and enabling Solo Override on the vocal track.The Solo button is displayed as to indicate that Solo Override is enabled. Solo Override prevents the track or bus from being muted when other tracks or buses are soloed.
Note: Mute always takes precedence over Solo. A track or bus can still be muted even if Solo Override is enabled.
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