Greetings. I use comps all the time in Logic and I'm wondering about the unpack feature. I know that when I unpack a take folder it puts all the individual takes onto their own tracks, and that all of the tracks are using the same channel strip. Why would I want to do this??? In the Logic manual it says that if I do unpack the take folder in this manner that "Any edits made to one of these tracks will be reflected in all others." This doesn't seem to be working for me. So, here's what I did: I recorded 4 takes into a take folder and then created a comp from those 4 takes. Then I unpacked the take (comp) folder. Now, I see the comp track and all 4 of the original takes on their own tracks (all using the same channel strip). I then went to take 2 and cut out some of the audio in the region. this did NOTHING to reflect anywhere else. The comp track still contains the audio from take 2 even after I removed the audio from the take 2 track. Obviously I don't quite get why I would ever want to unpack in this manner. It seems to me that you should always unpack to new tracks. This way you can use different plug-ins if you wanted. So, I guess what I'm looking for is a better explanation as to why I would unpack rather than unpack to new tracks. Thanks very much in advance for any help you can give me.