How do i gradually increase/decrease bass over time in a song

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Recently I've been trying to make somewhat of a youtube intro just for fun, and maybe even for starting my own channel, and i already have a song and a render that i made in after effects. All i need to do now is to fade the audio in and out. I wanted to have it so that the music started at 100% bass, and then gradually fade to full audio range. Is this possible? If so, thanks. Cheers!

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 12, 2021 Mar 12, 2021

If you put your track into Multitrack view in Audition, then it's possible to use, say, the parametric EQ to control the levels of anything you can do with it throughout the track, using the automation system. And you can go on playing with the settings until you're happy with the result. Then you just export that into a new file.

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If you put your track into Multitrack view in Audition, then it's possible to use, say, the parametric EQ to control the levels of anything you can do with it throughout the track, using the automation system. And you can go on playing with the settings until you're happy with the result. Then you just export that into a new file.

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Thank you, this really helped 🙂

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