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Chapter 11.  Managing Audio  > Archiving Audio Tracks

Archiving Audio Tracks

In Chapter 3 you learned how to mute and solo tracks to control what parts of a project you could hear. Archiving a track can be considered a special case of muting. When you mute a track it is silenced, but it is still active. You can un-mute a track during playback. It's as though it were running alongside the rest of the tracks ready to jump in at any moment. When you archive a track it is essentially made inactive. You can't reactivate it without stopping playback, and it doesn't use any system resources at all. An archived track is a great place to store tracks that you aren't using but that contain alternate takes or other elements you might need later.




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