If you have several audio tracks and only want to hear one or two of them, you can enable solo mode on these tracks to temporarily mute all other tracks.
If solo mode is enabled on at least one audio track, only the audio tracks with solo mode enabled will be audible. If solo mode is not enabled on any audio track, then all audio tracks will be audible.
NOTE Muted audio tracks are never audible, even if solo mode is enabled on them.
In the Timeline view, click the Solo Mode button of an audio track.
The Solo Mode button will become active . From now on, you will only hear this audio track during playback.
If you want to hear more than one audio track, you can activate the Solo Mode button on other audio tracks. All audio tracks with Solo Mode enabled will be audible, provided that they are not muted.
To remove a track from Solo Mode, click on its Solo Mode button again to disable it for that track.
When you want to stop using solo mode and resume hearing all audio tracks, click on the Solo Mode button of all audio tracks on which it is enabled, until Solo Mode is no longer enabled on any audio track.
TIP You can also enable or disable solo mode for all but a single track by holding the Alt key and clicking on the Solo Mode button of an audio track.