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Chapter 10. Mixing Audio > Using the Audio Mixer

Using the Audio Mixer

The audio mixer resembles a conventional mixing board in both form and function (Figure 10.44). Just as each channel of a mixing board contains controls to adjust and monitor each audio source, each channel in the audio mixer corresponds to a track in the program. Unlike its physical counterpart, however, the audio mixer adds channels for each track you add to the program. Faders (or fade controls) control the audio levels, expressed in decibels (dB). Alternatively, you can enter a numeric value for the level.

Figure 10.44. The Audio Mixer window resembles a conventional mixing board.



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