Selecting the Entire Contents of a Track

Sometimes you may find that you want to select all of the clips on a track in order to drag them to close a gap or to create space to accommodate new clips in your project. After selecting a track’s contents, you can perform different operations on all the track’s items at once, such as moving, copying, or deleting them. This feature also works with multiple tracks.

To select all the clips on selected tracks
  1. Select one or more tracks.

    For more information on selecting tracks, see Selecting Tracks, Busses, and Submixes.

  2. Choose Edit > Select > Across Tracks (or press Shift-T).

    All clips in the track are selected.

    If you make this selection in Selection tool mode, all clips on currently selected tracks are selected. Any clips that were selected before choosing the menu item are included in the new selection.

    Note: Double-clicking a track in Selection tool mode selects all clips in that track. Any previously selected clips are not included in the new selection. Triple-clicking a track selects all clips in the Timeline.

    If you make this selection in Timeslice tool mode, any existing Timeslice selection is extended horizontally to cover the entire duration of the project. If there is no existing Timeslice, Soundtrack Pro creates a Timeslice across the entire length of all selected tracks (or all tracks if none are selected).

    Note: Double-clicking a track in Timeslice tool mode creates a timeslice over the double-clicked area (either a clip or the gap between two clips). Triple-clicking a track creates a Timeslice across the entire track.