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Lesson 12. Audio > Getting to know the Audio workspace

Getting to know the Audio workspace

In Premiere Pro, you can edit, add effects, and mix up to 99 tracks of audio. There are several ways to process an audio clip. You can control volume and pan/balance settings of audio tracks directly within the Timeline, or use the Audio Mixer window to make changes in real time.

You can also use the Audio Mixer to create a submix, which combines audio signals from specific audio tracks or track sends in the same sequence. Use a submix when you want to work with more than one track in the same way. For more information about submixes, see the section on “Working with submixes,” in the Adobe Premiere Pro User Guide.


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