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Womble audio volumes

twistd101

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When adding audio clips in Womble, is it possible... for example, say I have 2 clips - one voice, one music - that I added ...could I maybe adjust the volume on the music to turn it down a bit so that it doesn't overpower the spoken voice part? I'm not looking for a normalize feature, just a way to turn down (or up) one of the tracks. I could do it in Adobe Audition, but I figure if there's a way to do it in Womble, it'd just make things easier than having to go back and re-adjust all the clips once they're fixed.
 

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yes there is. click on the audio clip and press CTRL+D this opens the sound line editor where you can change the volume of the entire clip or add multiple volume changes by clicking on the line with the mouse.

damned useful feature!

HTH
 

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While the sound line editor is nice (since you can drop as many points as you want and move the volume in and out), if you are just looking for an across the board setting, the Volume Control (ctrl-w) lets you set a volume change for the whole clip in one shot.
 
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