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Logic 9 Merge Regions "Mute" option selected

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by skipsax, Feb 22, 2010.

  1. skipsax

    skipsax New Member

    Please offer help if you can. Thanks in advance.

    I completed a project and wanted to fade out the entire song. Thinking it would be easiest to bounce all the midi tracks (using software instruments) and audio tracks, I selected "bounce regions." The window popped up with "mute" preselected and I went with that. Now I have the one bounced track to play and all the other tracks have little blue or green circles at the beginning of each region in the arrange window.

    How do I "unmute" these tracks in order to bounce a different set of tracks or just work with them again?

    sincerely stumped by Logic...
  3. skipsax

    skipsax New Member

    DUH! Just found the "mute" tool on my own.
  4. Doug Zangar

    Doug Zangar Senior member

    FYI, the letter M is the same as the mute tool, assuming a region (or regions) are already selected. I rarely if ever use the mute tool.
  5. skipsax

    skipsax New Member

    Thanks Doug. I found that as well shortly after my post. I probably sound like an idiot on here. Despite consulting the manual and David's book, there is a significant learning curve. I'm getting there...
  6. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    Hey Skip,

    If you want to fade out your entire song, there is an easier way. Create an Arrange Window track for your main stereo out channel in the mixer (control click on it in the mixer to add it to the Arrange Window. Then on that Arrange Window track, automate the volume.
  7. skipsax

    skipsax New Member

    1st Logic project done.

    Thanks ELI I'll have to try that. I'm loving working in Logic more each day. I've not even scratched the surface...

    In the end, I got this first 4 song/duet CD done in Logic 9. There are about 20 CD tracks total w/voiceovers and fades, etc. It will be published in the May/June Saxophone Journal.

    Thanks for all the help.

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