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Folder tracks can be an extremely useful tool in track organization, as well as streamlining the editing and arranging process. I'll use my two Drum tracks as an example of packing tracks into a folder. I will highlight both drums 1 and 2. And I'll right-click, and choose Pack Folder. As you can see, both tracks are now packed into this folder, called track 11. I can double-click on this and call this Drums. And I'll resize it. And as you can see, the folder is showing me each of the track's region information contained within it. The editing that I'm going to do to the folder itself will affect the track regions that are inside the folder.
If I'm interested in consolidating these, I hit g. And now, I have two, 16 bar regions for each of my Drum tracks. This is nice, because I can hit the d key and duplicate them, and begin to fill out my arrangement. I'll Undo that. Or, if I'd like to make an edit, I simply edit on the folder and the regions are affected accordingly. Undo those. If I'm interested in looking at the contents of my folder, all I have to do is click on the Folder icon, here. And both my tracks that are packed in the folder appear below the folder. I have found that using Folder tracks, as a means of arranging, is truly a personal preference.
So, it's up to you as to whether or not you'd like to take advantage of this editing feature within Studio One.
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