If you have two versions of a part or track, if both are assigned to the same voice, only the topmost will play unless it has a break in the playlist, then the bottom track will play.
No Scrolling, After Playback, Page, Continuous, and Center Playhead.
True. And not only that, you can adjust the brightness as well!!
5 True/False Questions
What are a few ways that you can free a voice in use by a track? → Cntrl+Cmd+Click on the track type icon in the Mix window
What window allows you to specify which tracks record to each drive? Must all tracks in a session record to the same drive? → Set the track's Voice selector to "off", Deactivate the track, Remove all of the track's output and send assignments;
Dynamic Voicing → Set the track's Voice selector to "off", Deactivate the track, Remove all of the track's output and send assignments;
Describe some instances where explicitly assigning the same voice to multiple tracks is useful? → You might have two different takes on two separate tracks....the topmost will play, and if there's a break in the playlist, the lower track will play
How does Pro Tools determine voice priority among tracks that share a voice? → In the Edit window, drag the track up; In the Mix window, drag the track left; in the Tracks List, drag the track up.