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Editing & Mixing Audio

  • There are several different types of audio tracks
    • Mono consists of a single audio track
    • Stereo consists of a left and right channel
    • 5.1 consists of the following tracks
      • A Subwoofer track (the .1)
      • A left and right channel
      • A center channel, usually used for voice acting
      • Two surround channels for a surround sound effect
  • Normalizing audio makes it so all audio levels are consistent throughout the project

Editing & Mixing Audio

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Editing & Mixing Audio 0:19
    • The Different Types of Audio Tracks
    • Adjusting Volume
    • Adjusting Gain
    • The Difference Between Volume & Gain
    • Normalizing Audio