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MarkofCainPrioritizing one track over another
by on Sep 1, 2006 at 1:23:05 pm

How would I go about prioritizing one track over another?

Typical interview piece. One track is the music bed and the second track is the voice over. Is there a method or procedure to create silence (db cut) in the music bed every place there is sound in the voice over?

Thanks in advance.


Mark Cain
Sarasota, FL USA


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willie tothRe: Prioritizing one track over another
by on Sep 1, 2006 at 6:29:14 pm

Mark,

You can create envelopes on the session side or you can highlight where you want to lower the volume at bring the clip into the edit side and do a minus amplification on the highlighted section ...... WILLIE


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mcloweRe: Prioritizing one track over another
by on Sep 1, 2006 at 11:35:53 pm

My preferred way of dealing with this situation is in multitrack mode. Just drop your interview on one track, then split the music up between two different tracks with different volume levels, dragging the ends to create some overlap if you wish. You can then make a selection across these clips and automatically crossfade the level of the music from loud to quiet and back if you wish, though the hard cut can be made to work sometimes.


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