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Chapter 9. Multichannel Audio > Controlling Volume Levels

Controlling Volume Levels

The Multichannel Encoder window contains three sliders for adjusting volume (Figure 9.12). You manipulate each one by moving it to the right to increase volume and to the left to decrease volume for the selected channel or track. As you adjust volume, the length of the light blue lines that extend from each channel in the Surround Panner display change to reflect your settings.

  • Sub Channel Level slider: Specifies an amplitude for reproduction of the selected track in the subwoofer channel, regardless of where the track is panned in the surround-sound field. If this slider is set to 0, the track will not be sent to the subwoofer at all; if the track is panned to the subwoofer channel only, this slider acts as a straightforward volume control.

  • Center Channel Level slider: Specifies how loud the center channel should be in relation to the front left and right channels.

  • Track Level slider: Controls the volume of the selected track in the surround-sound field, regardless of its location or the selected surround-panning mode.


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