Invert effect The Invert effect inverts the phase of all channels This effect

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Invert effect The Invert effect inverts the phase of all channels. This effect is available for 5.1, stereo, or mono clips. MultibandCompressor effect The MultibandCompressor effect is a three-band compressor with controls for each band. Use this effect instead of the compressor in Dynamics when you need a softer sounding compressor. Use the graphical controls in the Custom Setup view, or adjust values in the Individual Parameters view. The Custom Setup view displays the three bands (low, mid, high) in the Frequency window. You control the gain for each band by adjusting handles for makeup gain and frequency range. The handles of the center band determine the crossover frequency of the bands. Drag the handles to adjust the corresponding frequency. This effect is available for 5.1, stereo, or mono clips. The MultibandCompressor effect includes the following settings: Solo Plays the active band only. MakeUp Adjusts the levels, in decibels. BandSelect Selects a band. In the graphical control, click a band to select it. Crossover Frequency Increases the range of frequencies for the selected band. Output Specifies the output gain adjustment to compensate for the reduction or increase in gain caused by compression. This helps to preserve the mix of the individual gain settings. Use the following controls for each band: Threshold 1-3 Specifies the level (between –60 and 0 dB) the incoming signal must exceed to invoke compression. Ratio 1-3 Specifies the rate of compression, up to 8:1. Attack 1-3 Specifies the time (between 0.1 and 100 milliseconds) the compressor takes to respond to a signal that exceeds the threshold.
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ADOBE PREMIERE PRO 2.0 User Guide 352 Release 1-3 Specifies the time required for the gain to return to the original level when the signal falls below the threshold. MakeUp 1-3 Adjusts the compressor’s output level (between –6 and +12 dB) to compensate for a loss in gain caused by compression. Multitap Delay effect The Multitap Delay effect adds up to four echoes of the original audio in the clip. This effect is available for 5.1, stereo, or mono clips. The Multitap Delay effect has the following settings: Delay 1-4 Specifies the amount of time between the original audio and its echo. The maximum is 2 seconds. Feedback 1-4 Specifies the percentage of the delayed signal to be added back into the delay to create multiple decaying echoes. Level 1-4 Controls the volume of each echo. Mix Controls the amount of delayed and non delayed echo. Notch effect The Notch effect removes frequencies that are near the specified center. This effects is available for 5.1, stereo, or mono clips. The Notch effect has the following settings: Center Specifies the frequency to be removed. If you are removing power-line hum, type a value that matches the power-line frequency used by the electrical system where the clip was recorded. For example, in North America and Japan type 60 Hz, and in most other countries type 50 Hz.
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