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Chapter 16. Automating a Mix > Writing Automation for a Single Track

Writing Automation for a Single Track

Up to now, all of the examples have involved turning on write automation for the entire project and then turning on read automation for the entire project. This is often the best way to work; when you are creating a first take of a mix, for example, you might want everything you touch to be recorded.

Later in a mix, though, it's common to want to change or write automation for a single track (or a few tracks) instead of for the whole project. A solo part may need to be carefully tweaked while the rest of the mix sounds great, or a part may need to be muted for certain sections of a song. Cubase allows you to turn automation reading and writing on and off on a per-track, per-effect, or per-instrument basis. The following example shows how to write automation for one track while reading previously created automation in the rest of the project.


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