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  • Audio Mixer 4.5

    I have never been a great fan of the Rubber band approach to audio and I like the Audio Mixer approach.

    On the Edius audio mixer it seems I have to keep on clicking the mixer and click the proper channel. Is there a way to set up the mixer with all the tracks
    "live" so I can just ride whatever track I want without haviing to stop and re-click each track.

    Thanks

    Hal

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    If you set the sliders in the mixer to anything other than track (click on the word track at the bottom of the slider to access the drop down menu and change it then you can ride the levels independently or together if you make them the same color at the top of the slider,otherwise track will adjust the audio levels "globally".
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    • #3
      Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
      I have never been a great fan of the Rubber band approach to audio and I like the Audio Mixer approach.
      Thanks

      Hal
      the rubberband method can be fun and fast if used with Y key to adjust values
      Anton Strauss
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