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Chapter 11. Mixing Audio > Adjusting Level and Pan

Adjusting Level and Pan

The two absolutely fundamental properties of an audio mixer channel are controls for level and pan. Level is the overall loudness of the channel, and pan is the location of the channel in the left/right stereo field. Both also fundamentally relate to the master channel, because the level and pan of all channels in a mix are what the final master channel level and pan settings control.

If you have used a hardware mixer, you will find the Cubase mixer interface familiar. Nevertheless, you should be aware of some features unique to a digital mixer. And if you are new to mixers, this overview will introduce you to the basic mixer functions.


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