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Add keyframes simultaniously to linked, multi-track audio?

New Here ,
Apr 11, 2023 Apr 11, 2023

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Premiere pro is such an amazing upgrade from Final Cut pro in almost every possible way, but...

 

All synced footage that comes off shoot and ingest contains bundles of several mono tracks, i almost always have 4-8 tracks of synced sound per clip.  Is there no way to single click the pen tool on linked, multi-track audio and have a keyframe add to each track?  I been searching for a few hours and have been coming up with zero.  Am I missing something simple? 

 

Yes there are several workarounds, I've been reading a few solutions, but none of them simplify the process of quickly changing levels of multi-track audio on-the-fly from the timeline.  Obviously, I can make a cut and a transition, but just in terms of speed, that's about 3 extra steps.

 

I'm really surprised that premiere does not seem to be able to do this, they have the pen tool, it's so close to being perfect!!  Is there something I don't know about yet, some kind of easy audio nesting or something, where you can apply one keyframe and have it effect multiple tracks?

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Apr 11, 2023 Apr 11, 2023

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This is where they probably assume you'll use submixes in the Track mixer, as then you can change all tracks that run through one submix with that control. Which can be set to record your changes as you are doing them in "write" mode.

 

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