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Chapter 12. Audio Tools and Techniques > Using the Audio Mixer

Using the Audio Mixer

The Audio Mixer is patterned after a hardware audio mixing console. Each Timeline audio track in your sequence is represented by a track strip with mixer-like level faders and pan controls. Here the hardware mixer analogy gets a bit blurry; the mixer's Solo and Mute buttons affect the entire Timeline track, but when you manipulate a track strip fader or pan slider, you're adjusting levels or pan for the individual sequence clip at the current playhead position on that track. You could think of the Audio Mixer as a method of recording the audio clip level and pan keyframes in real time.


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