I think we're supposed to use the overdub button which will create a new track with the same settings. But, it's obviously not the same, even though it's a nice unique feature unto itself. Here's the downside for me: I need to hear the music, not a metronome click. So recording is forced to begin immediately upon starting playback which eats up disk space and requires editing out the lead in to the actual overdub. Also the orignal track you are trying to fix needs to be edited around the new overdub. This is not a great methodology.
Last edited by GJ38; 2009-12-16 at 00:30.