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giovannibuchelli

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  1. The second example is very simple and effective, that's all I needed. Thanks again.
  2. Oh yeah, those are some really great alternatives. Thanks a lot.
  3. Hello there, Cakewalk documentation says: "Mute always takes precedence over Solo", that means if you have both Mute/Solo buttons activated in one track, that track will stay muted. https://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=SONAR&language=3&help=Playback.17.html Is it possible to change that behaviour in Cakewalk? In Cubase, Reaper and others, I can have muted tracks, and if I press Solo in one of them, that track will change to Solo. That's a very quick way to do A/B with reference tracks loaded into the project. In Cakewalk that's not possible because first the track needs to be unmuted, so there's an additional step. That's probably the only thing that keeps me from using Cakewalk for mixing. Unless of course there's a way but I'm not yet aware of it. Thank you.
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