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Catalin Eberhardt
Using the clip volume envelope to amplify rather than attenuate
on Feb 2, 2010 at 6:21:04 pm

Hi everyone,

I was trying to edit the volume envelope of a clip in Multitrack View, and I realised that the volume envelope really only allows you to *attenuate* the volume of a clip throughout its duration, not *amplify* it. In other words, you can only add points on the envelope that are *beneath* the +0dB line, thus decreasing the volume by so-many dB.

Is there a way to also vary to volume of a clip in the other direction, that is - to amplify it, in the Multitrack View?

Many thanks for any suggestions!


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Steven Talley
Re: Using the clip volume envelope to amplify rather than attenuate
on Feb 9, 2010 at 2:42:26 am

Any audio above the +0dB line will be digitally distorted. You may not hear it but it would be there making it sound dirty.

If you want to boost certain frequency's try reducing the overall level (normalize to a lower level), then you can boost the parts you want.


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