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Chapter 10. Mixing Audio > Fading and Panning

Fading and Panning

Audio mixing consists of two primary tasks: fading and panning. Fading audio adjusts its gain level, or volume. Fading up audio increases its volume; fading down decreases it. Fading helps you match the audio levels of different clips, as you would with dialogue. Or you can create audio transitions or effects, such as making a car sound more and more distant.

Panning affects how a clip's audio is distributed between the left and right audio speaker. Panning audio can imply an apparent position for a sound.


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