Compare the features of the Audio Track Mixer with the Audio Clip Mixer.

What you learned: Apply track-based audio level adjustments and effects with the Audio Track Mixer

Similarities between the audio mixers

The Audio Track Mixer and Audio Clip Mixer have several similarities:

Fader controls to adjust audio level.

Track names displayed below the faders.

Mute and Solo buttons to silence or selectively hear the track.

The option to write keyframes during playback.

Keyframe automation modes

There are five keyframe automation modes in the Audio Track Mixer that will allow you to add keyframes to audio tracks during playback:

Off – The fader ignores existing keyframes or level adjustments.

Read – The fader follows existing keyframes (this is the default setting).

Latch – The fader follows existing keyframes until you make an adjustment. When you do, new keyframes are added. The fade stays on the last setting you chose.

Touch – The fader follows existing keyframes until you make an adjustment. When you do, new keyframes are added. When you release the fader control, the fader returns to following existing keyframes.

Write – The fader ignores existing keyframes, always adding new keyframes during playback.

Record external audio directly into a sequence

To record external audio directly into the current sequence:

  1. In the Audio Track Mixer, click the Enable Track For Recording button for the track you would like to record into.
  2. Choose the audio input in the Track Input Channel menu.
  3. Click the Record button to enable recording.
  4. Start playback.
  5. Stop playback when the recording is complete.

Use track-based audio effects

Add up to five audio effects to each track.

Detailed effect settings can be accessed by double-clicking on the effect name.

11/21/2018

Media: Maxim Jago

Presenter: Maxim Jago

Was this page helpful?