This post was originally published at ask.audio
Setting levels track-by-track for a mix with the virtual console’s Channel Faders is Mixing 101, and using traditional Track Automation to make dynamic changes to those faders’ levels follows pretty close behind. But there are more ways to affect the level of parts, both static and dynamic, and one of those is Clip Gain.
Clip Gain—also known as Region Gain—is a feature that allows the level of the audio on a track to be changed in addition to the level set with the Channel Fader.
Author : Joe Albano