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What is gain vs. volume?

What is gain vs. volume?: Audio for Video Editors: Essential Terms
What is gain vs. volume?: Audio for Video Editors: Essential Terms

From analog audio boards to nonlinear editors like Adobe Premiere Pro, there is an audio signal flow. This means that there are delineated paths that audio travels down. Two terms that are used with signal flow are gain and volume. In this video, author Cheryl Ottenritter explains what gain and volume are when mixing audio.

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Audio for Video Video Video Editing Audition Premiere Pro

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