Using automation for volume and other parameters


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Using automation for volume and other parameters

In some of the previous movies, we talked about changing the volume of your tracks, but with some tracks like the music tracks, you might have noticed that when you move the volume, it automatically snaps back when you hit Play. Watch the volume level after I adjust the volume and hit Play. (music playing) It snaps back to a different value. This is because this track has volume automation breakpoints already written to it.

In this movie, we will explore how to view and draw in volume automation and plug-in automation also. To see volume automation, you have to first change the view of your tracks. Let's go to the volume view in the MUS 1 track. You can also click into the track and type the minus key to toggle between waveform and volume view. So here's our volume automation. These breakpoints came across from Final Cut Pro in our XML/AAF transfer.

But now we will refine them further in Pro Tools. With the Smart tool you can click and drag on any of the breakpoints to move them around. To cr...

Using automation for volume and other parameters
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Using automation for volume and other parameters provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Audio Post Workflow with Final Cut Pro X v10.0.9 and Pro Tools

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