Using automation


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Using automation

So far, we've looked at how to adjust the volume level of individual tracks using the Volume Dial on each of the tracks here in the Multitrack View. And we also saw that you can do this by going to the Mixer, and adjusting the faders here. Both really do the same thing. But you're not always going to want to have certain tracks be the exact same level throughout the entire song or project you're working on. I'm still working in this Breakdown Mode song. So let's go to this Guitar 1 track here for this example. I'm just going to solo that up. Now, you have probably already noticed these horizontal lines that run across all the clips and the tracks.

These are called Automation Envelopes, and they allow you to make changes to the volume and if it's a stereo song the panning as well, and you're adjusting both over time. That's really very easy to do. First of all, if I want to bump the clip's volume up or down, I can click and grab this yellow line--that...

Using automation
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Using automation provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Audition CS6 Essential Training

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Audio + Music Video
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Audition
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