Using specialized volume techniques


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Using specialized volume techniques

After you fine-tuned various audio levels, applied effects and mixed multiple tracks, a finishing touch that you might want to apply is to equalize and then maximize volume levels within an audio file. If you're working on multiple files, a collection of songs for a CD, for example, you want to match volume levels across all those clips so your listeners don't have to tweak the volume knob as they go from one song to the next. So, I'm going to show you some automated ways to do that in this movie. We'll start by equalizing the volume within a clip. That attempts to make all the peak volume levels match the highest one.

So, here these peak volume levels here are at high and here they're low. And I made this clip using the keyboard and bass clip that I've used before. I purposely changed the volume levels. (Music playing.) So, you can hear them go up and down, and you can see that the peak levels here are minuscule compared to the peak levels over here. There is a very...

Using specialized volume techniques
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Using specialized volume techniques provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Jeff Sengstack as part of the Soundbooth CS5 Essential Training

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Audio + Music Video
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