Just a little workflow tip that helps you identify clipped tracks during a multi-track recording without having to constantly scroll up and down on your timeline.
The key is to leave the track list open in the edit window.
First, it gives you a very good overview, can show you track numbers and names, you can easily select one or more tracks, and also, make tracks active or inactive, show and hide them. For these things it’s already a great habit to have it open during recording, but the main thing is, this is the best place to see if some tracks have clipped, as the overloaded tracks are shown in red.
As the track list window is very “succinct”, you can see much more tracks comfortably than in the edit window itself.
And while we’re here, sometimes you need to clear clip (clearing the red signs). To do this, hit:
After this command, you’re going to start with a clean track list again, so if anything goes into red after this, you’ll see it.