Add a channel strip at the set level
You can add channel strips at the set level and play the set-level channel strips together with every patch in the set. This can be useful, for example, if you want to use the same bass instrument in a single song or group of songs. You can place the patches for all of the songs in a set, add a channel strip at the set level, and then add a bass instrument to the set-level channel strip. You can set the key range of the bass instrument to play only notes in the lower octaves so that you can play it together with your patches.
Important: If you add a channel strip at the set level, it takes precedence over all of the channel strips in all of the patches in the set. For example, if you add a software instrument channel strip at the set level, the software instrument for the set takes precedence over all of the software instruments in all of the patches in the set that fall within the same key range as the set-wide software instrument.
Add a set-level channel strip
In the Patch List, select the set.
Click the Add Channel Strip button (+) at the top of the Channel Strips area.
In the New Channel Strip dialog, select the type of channel strip you want to create.
Choose the audio output for the channel strip from the Output pop-up menu.
For audio channel strips, choose mono or stereo format from the Format pop-up menu and choose the audio input from the Input pop-up menu.