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    Audio 2 - Manually adjusting the Gain

    Audio has never been my strong point.
    Any simple and straightforward way I can find of working with audio is of great interest to me.
    Here is my description of how I manually adjust audio gain without getting tied in knots.
    This is really a follow up to my first Audio tutorial  - Audio Gain and Keyframes.


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    Re: Audio 2 - Manually adjusting the Gain

    A nice way to adjust keyframes without expanding your tracks to a bigger size is by mapping the fast forward and the rewind functions to the A and S keys. In normal edit mode the A and S keys still behave the same, (move from cut to cut), but when the Automation Gain Mixer is activated, you can jump from keyframe to keyframe with the A and S keys. (As in Effect mode)

    Now you can precisely adjust levels in the Autonation Gain tool, either by using the sliders or by typing in values.

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