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Chapter 10. Mixing Audio > Customizing the Audio Mixer

Customizing the Audio Mixer

By default, the Audio Mixer window displays both mixing channels and the master, or output, channel. You can hide either the mixer channels or the output channel.

To hide and show input or output channels:

1.
-click (Mac) or right-click (Windows) the title bar of the audio mixer.

A contextual menu appears.

2.
From the contexual menu, choose Audio Mixer Window Options (Figure 10.47).

Figure 10.47. In the Audio Mixer's contextual menu, choose Audio Mixer Window Options.


The Audio Mixer Window Options dialog box opens.

3.
Choose one of the following options (Figure 10.48):

Figure 10.48. In the Audio Mixer Window Options dialog box, select the channels that you want to be visible in the Audio Mixer window.


Audio Tracks and Master Fader— displays both the mixer channels and the master fade control.

Audio Tracks Only—displays the mixer channels without the master fade control.

Master Fader Only—displays only the master fade control.


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