Learn to avoid the solo button while mixing your tracks. Just pretend that the solo button does not exist on your DAW. Other than some institutional utility type uses, the solo button is totally pointless. This is usually done when there are no other tracks to listen to. Using “Solo button” will make the track sound weaker and thinner. So by EQ’ing, compressing and mixing the tracks you can make the sound rather attractive and fuller. The main idea of avoiding the solo button is to make the mixes more efficient and easy to listen to.