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Audition 22.5 raising audio levels in multitrack

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Jul 07, 2022 Jul 07, 2022

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Hi community,

 

I have searched around for a solution but it seems everyone has the opposite of my problem. The audio is normalized to -0.1 dB in waveform view, but when I bring the files into the multitrack, the audio exceeds 0.0 dB. I have checked my mixer and none of the faders are brought up. Additionally, the clip volume has not been changed. I am not using any presets or effects on the multitrack. From everything I see, the audio should be the same as it is in the waveform view.

 

I have changed my multitrack settings to Left/Right cut (logarithmic) instead of the default -3 dB center. That is the advice for people encountering the opposite of my problem, which is that their mixdowns are quieter than they are in the multitrack view. When I mixdown, the levels stay the same.

 

I have been racking my brain on this for an hour and cannot seem to find a single setting to explain it. I also cannot understand why a multitrack would boost my audio levels by default. Any help would be appreciated!

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The solution I seem to have found was to change my multitrack setting from "Mono" to "Stereo". It seems that with a stereo clip set to mono, the mix gets louder. If anyone can help explain this I would appreciate it!

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