The Mix module lets you configure various playback settings. You can quickly mute/unmute, solo/unsolo and arm/disarm all tracks. You can also configure automation settings and specify the solo behavior.Right-click the Control Bar and select Mix Module.Figure 159. The Mix module.A. Mute B. Solo C. Arm D. Input Echo E. Live Input PDC Override F. Bypass All Effects G. Exclusive Solo H. Dim Solo I. Automation Read (playback) J. Automation Write (recording) K. Offset mode
Mute / Unmute All Tracks . Click to mute/unmute all tracks. The button is lit if at least one track is muted.
Solo / Unsolo All Tracks . Click to solo/unsolo all tracks. The button is lit if at least one track is soloed.
Arm / Disarm All Tracks . Click to arm/disarm all tracks. The button is lit if at least one track is armed.
Input Echo On/Off All Tracks . Enable/disable Input Monitoring on all tracks.
Live Input PDC Override . Enable/disable delay compensation on live tracks, thereby removing the latency during playback and recording of such tracks. Because it's a toggle, you can quickly turn it on to complete your tracking at low latency, and turn it off when finished to hear the track compensated as normal. For details, see Live Input PDC override.
Allow Automation Writing . Globally enable/disable the ability to write automation.
Global Automation Playback . Globally enable/disable all automation playback.
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