Directing audio traffic with fader levels


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Directing audio traffic with fader levels

The first crucial element of your mix is the relative volume between all the tracks in your project. Each track in your project, contains an audio signal that flows from one stage to the next, eventually getting to the final output. Let's make sure we understand the order and signal flow of the tracks so we can optimize them. The volume level of an audio track begins at the source, the audio region in the track. All regions are going to have different inherent levels depending on how they are recorded, but before the signal reaches the Track Fader, it goes through the plug-ins.

The plug-ins work top down. The top plug-ins first, then the plug-in below that, and so on. After the signal goes through each plug- in, which can have an effect on the level, it then goes to the Track Fader, where you can adjust the level even more. Once it goes through the Track Fader, the signal goes to the main Output. This gives you another opportunity to change the level. Finally, the signal gets to the ha...

Directing audio traffic with fader levels
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Directing audio traffic with fader levels provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Logic Pro 9 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Logic Pro
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