I am automating an instrument’s mute lane, but when I have it set to off before the part where I want it to be muted, Cubase situationally considers it to be in solo mode if I hit solo on other tracks.
When I hit solo on any other track (not the one in question), it also automatically solos the track that has automation on the mute channel, and anywhere it is automated to have mute off, it considers this as just another channel to solo. Pressing solo on another track literally turns on solo for the track with mute automated off as well. This can’t be correct. I hit solo on a track because I want to hear it solo, why does Cubase also solo the track that has mute automated to be off?
As far as I know, Cubase 6 did not have this behaviour, but it is different in Cubase 9.5. Is this a feature or a toggle that is turned on by default? Can I turn it off?
What is the point in automating mute if it messes with your ability to solo other tracks? I could automate volume instead, but then I can’t use the faders to make changes to the volume, so that is not helpful.