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Chapter 10. Mixing Audio

Chapter 10. Mixing Audio

Whether you use all 99 possible audio tracks or only two, you will probably need to make subtle adjustments to them to achieve the best overall effect. This process, known as audio mixing, can be accomplished by manipulating audio clips in the timeline or by employing the Audio Mixer window.

The Audio Mixer window resembles a physical audio mixing board, complete with fade and pan controls and VU meters that display audio power in decibels. But unlike a physical mixing board, Premiere’s Audio Mixer window can add a channel for every audio track in your program. Though the Audio Mixer window is ideal for manipulating tracks of audio, you may opt to use timeline controls to adjust individual audio clips. By expanding audio tracks in the timeline, you can reveal fade and pan controls.


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