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Solo/Mute Tab

This tab contains settings that affect the use of solo, muting, and panning.

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solo/mute tab
  • Solo

    • Solo-in-place mute cut sets the attenuation of the the other tracks when another track is soloed in place. This setting is also available from the Mixer monitor section.

    • Solo controls are Listen controls when enabled the soloed track is soloed only on the monitor bus, the master fader mix is not affected by the solo. This option can also be set by enabling pre-fader listen or after-fader listen in the Mixer monitor section.

    • Listen Position: determines what is listened to when the solo controls are used as listen controls. The options are after-fader or pre-fader.

    • PFL signals come from: determines whether the pre-fader listen position is before or after the pre-fader processors.

    • AFL signals come from: determines whether the after-fader listen position is before or after the after-fader processors.

    • Exclusive solo when enabled will only solo that last track selected for solo. Previously soloed tracks will be un-soloed. This setting is also available from the Mixer monitor section.

    • Show solo muting when enabled outlines the mute button on tracks and busses when another track is soloed.

    • Soloing overrides muting when enabled allows a track to be heard when it is soloed while muted. This setting is also available from the Mixer monitor section.

  • Default track/bus muting options sets the muting options for a newly created tracks or bus. The mute options for an existing track or bus are changed by the right-click context menu on a mute button.

    • Mute affects pre-fader sends when enabled pre-fader sends will be muted by default.

    • Mute affects post-fader sends when enabled post-fader sends will be muted by default.

    • Mute affects control outputs when enabled control outputs are muted by default.

    • Mute affects main outputs when enabled main outputs are muted by default.

  • Send Routing affects aux and external sends.

    • Link panners of Aux and External Sends with main panner by default When enabled, sends follow the channel panner.

      When disabled, sends can panned independently of the channel panner and fader. Double clicking the send in the processor box toggles the main panner and fader between the aux send and the channel.