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Learn Series Part 3: How to get consistent volume levels across the timeline

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Jul 01, 2020 Jul 01, 2020

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This is a part of the ongoing Learn series with Mike Russell which will help you get started with Adobe Audition. We've some interesting articles & videos coming up weekly where we will talk about the tools, workflow & some really cool effects. Let us know how you use Audition & what you want to learn about Adobe Audition. We're here to help.





In this video, you will learn how to make clips with different volume levels sound equally loud by using the tools available in Adobe Audition.

0:54 - Put volume recorded at different levels on separate tracks

1:13 - Start by using the Match Clip Loudness tool

2:25 - Use the Dynamics effect on each track

2:41 - Switch on and setup a compressor

4:11 - Adjust a compressor again for the next track

5:19 - Check to make sure volume levels match

5:35 - Mixing down audio from multitrack to get a final waveform

5:58 - How the audio looked before any adjustments

6:09 - Conclusion on volume leveling


More on Matching Loudness

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Match Clip Loudness can be used in the Multitrack Editor to conform clips to a particular standard nondestructively. 

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If you want to conform loudness standard outside Multitrack Editor or a session you may use Match Loudness panel to batch conform multiple files together by simply dragging the clips from the Files panel to the Match Loudness panel and selecting the desired loudness standard.

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Hope this helps in understanding how to establish audio continuity by avoiding one section of the timeline sound disproportionately louder than the other. Refer to this page to explore the other videos of this series. Let us know if you have any questions


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