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What You've Learned

  • There are a variety of surround sound formats. The most common is 5.1.

  • You must pay close attention to the surround configuration of your audio interface and make sure that you've wired your audio interface correctly for your speakers.

  • Creating additional Output channels is necessary to monitor the master levels of your surround mix.

  • You can use the Surround Pan control to position tracks into the desired speaker positions.

  • By changing the output assignment you can achieve a phantom center position (5.1 without a center channel).

  • To ensure proper playback on consumer surround systems, you need to filter the LFE output.

  • You can use the Master Audio Object to control the volume level of all outputs simultaneously.


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