Un solo All Tracks Shortcut

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2015/05/15 21:18:34 (permalink)

Un solo All Tracks Shortcut

Hey folks.
I can't seem to find a key binding to set up a keyboard shortcut to Unsolo all tracks in Sonar Platinum. Is there any way to do this?
 
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    Re: Un solo All Tracks Shortcut 2015/05/15 21:36:39 (permalink)
    I do not believe an "Unsolo All" function is exposed, try the "S" button in the large version of the Mix Module, pointed to with the letter "B" (from http://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation?product=SONAR&language=3&help=ControlBar.07.html)

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    Re: Un solo All Tracks Shortcut 2015/05/15 21:46:50 (permalink)
    Thanks for the response Scook. I am aware of the big S button - I was hoping to be able to use a keyboard shortcut.

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    Re: Un solo All Tracks Shortcut 2015/05/16 11:10:31 (permalink)
    I wonder if you could use Auto Hotkey to do this?   scook would know. 
     
    I'm thinking something like Ctrl+A plus Alt+S  (I think that's the Solo keybinding)
     
     

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    Re: Un solo All Tracks Shortcut 2015/05/16 12:01:38 (permalink)
    A script using CTRL+A and 2x(ALT+S) is possible but it is almost just as fast to use the existing SONAR bindings. It takes ALT+S twice, one to toggle all track solo buttons on and one to toggle all of them off. The autohotkey script bound to Windows+S would look like this:
     
    #s:: Send, ^a!s!s
     
    Unfortunately I believe buses work a little differently, not sure about a solution for both buses and tracks.
     
     
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    Re: Un solo All Tracks Shortcut 2016/09/14 09:58:58 (permalink)
    scook
    A script using CTRL+A and 2x(ALT+S) is possible but it is almost just as fast to use the existing SONAR bindings. It takes ALT+S twice, one to toggle all track solo buttons on and one to toggle all of them off. The autohotkey script bound to Windows+S would look like this:
     
    #s:: Send, ^a!s!s
     
    Unfortunately I believe buses work a little differently, not sure about a solution for both buses and tracks.
      

     
    To get a little more "elegant", I would add an CTRL+SHIFT+A at the end to unselect all tracks, thus returning to its original state. So the final sequence would be: Ctrl+A, Alt+S, Alt+S, Ctrl+Shift+A.
     
    Thus, in Autohotkey would be: 
    #s:: Send, ^a!s!s^+a


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