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  • GrassValley_BH
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    Since you want to raise/lower the entire track, set the channels to Track mode, gang them, and raise/lower them all together.

    Note that Track mode does not write level-points to the timeline. It's a global track adjustment after the audio nodes on the track.

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  • slim66
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    I thought my timeline had to be playing. In which case, it would write a fader move. I just want to globally lower/raise all 4 chs. of a clip on the timeline together. Also, how do I engage the faders? With Latch, Touch, or Write?

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  • Rusty
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    Audio mixer commands control the clip levels at the timeline cursor.

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  • slim66
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    Doesn't that raise/lower the level of the track, and not the clip?

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    Use the audio mixer to gang both tracks, then raise the level.

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  • slim66
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    controlling audio levels

    Folks,

    The shows I edit use 4 chs. of audio. 1&2 are full stereo mix, 3&4 are stereo mix minus v/o. Is there a way to raise/lower the level of all 4 chs. of a clip on the timeline simultaneously? BTW-I cannot for the life of me get the link function to work. I've tried grouping, etc., but I can't seem to find it. Any help would be great.

    Thanks,

    Slim
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