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Chapter 8. Audio Sweetening for Perfecti... > Adjusting Audio Gain Using Rubber Ba...

Adjusting Audio Gain Using Rubber Banding

When you bring an audio clip into Premiere, you might need to make more adjustments than just raising or lowering the gain or volume for the entire duration of the clip.

The ability to go inside a clip and make micro adjustments to the volume frame by frame is called rubber banding. Basically, rubber banding gets its name from its graphical display onscreen. Audio level rubber banding is indicated by a red line, as shown in Figure 8.14.


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