Gain Knowledge of Pan Envelope Usage in Adobe Audition CS6


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Using pan envelopes

As we discussed in the previous chapter, sometimes you want your mixes to be dynamic. Just because the track starts out panned to the left, doesn't mean you don't want it to travel to the right at some point during playback, or maybe you want the volume level to change its specific points. If you watched the earlier movies on using Automation, you saw that it's easy to accomplish time-based moves like this with the volume and pan envelopes on each clip or track. And again on the clips, these are represented by the horizontal lines running across the clips. When you're working in a surround mix, you get additional pan envelopes to work with, since you're not just working with left and right channels.

To automate surround panning, toggle the arrow on the track you want to adjust, so we can see the Show Envelope menu. And because I'm working on the surround mix, I have 5 different Pan Properties I can adjust simultaneously. Just select the ones you want to have Pan Enve...

Using pan envelopes
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Using pan envelopes 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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