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Using the Amplitude tool, you can control the volume of individual note blobs or segments. Let's switch to the Amplitude tool using our pop-up menu or by selecting it in the tool palette on the top- left corner of our Editor window. And you can simply click and drag up to make a note or blob louder or down to make a note or blob softer, and you can double-click to mute a note, and double-click again to unmute, and just like with our other editing tools, we can select Edit Amplitude and Reset Amplitudes to original to get back to where we started.
You can use the Amplitude tool to achieve some really cool effects like softening the start or end of notes as well as changing transitions between notes, but we'll get into that later in the last video in this chapter when we do a real-world example of editing with Melodyne.
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