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Lesson 2. Working with Tracks in the Tim... > Using Solo and Mute to Evaluate Trac...

Using Solo and Mute to Evaluate Tracks

You’ve already worked with muting tracks, so let’s take a look at soloing a track. When you mute a track, it silences that track. If you solo a track, it silences (mutes) all of the other tracks.

Our goal in this exercise is to use mute and solo to decide which percussion tracks to keep, and which to delete. When you build a song, it is common to have multiple versions of the same part. Then you can mix and match them, or pick the best one and delete the unwanted tracks.


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