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Answers

A1: The Audio Controls control in the lower left of the Timeline.
A2: That track becomes the only audible track as you play the sequence.
A3: Ctrl-click in the Timeline audio or video track controls area and choose Add Track from the shortcut menu; or choose Sequence > Insert Tracks.
A4: Click the Clip Overlay control in the lower left of the Timeline, next to the Track Height control.
A5: When you want a visual representation of a clip's audio signals and to edit audio clips.
A6: Click the clip with the Razor Blade tool, choose Sequence > Add Edit, or press Ctrl-V.
A7: The Pen tool, or you can Option-click it with the default Selection tool.
A8: Hold down Option and move the pointer over the volume level line on a Timeline clip. The Pen tool appears on the overlay line.
A9: Drag left and right to change its position and up and down to change its volume level.
A10: The Tools menu.
A11: Click the Record Audio Keyframes button in the Audio Mixer button bar to toggle it on.
A12: The Voice Over tool, found on the Tools menu.
A13: Drag the tracks into the Export Queue window, and change the settings to 48 kHz. Export with these settings.

Keyboard Shortcuts
Option-WToggles clip overlays on and off in the Timeline
Option-Cmd-WToggles waveforms on and off in the Timeline
PSelects the Pen tool
PPSelects the Pen Delete tool
Option-6Opens the Audio Mixer



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