Like audio tracks that contain clips submixes can be mono stereo or 51 surround

Like audio tracks that contain clips submixes can be

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Like audio tracks that contain clips, submixes can be mono, stereo, or 5.1 surround. Submixes appear as fully functional tracks in both the Audio Track Mixer and a Timeline panel—you can edit submix track properties just as you edit a track containing audio clips. However, submixes are different from audio tracks in the following ways: Submix tracks can’t contain clips, so you can’t record to them. Therefore, they don’t contain any recording or device input options or clip editing properties. In the Audio Track Mixer, submixes have a darker background than other tracks. In a Timeline panel, submixes don’t have a Toggle Track Output icon or a Display Style icon . Create a submix in a Timeline panel 1 Choose Sequence > Add Tracks. 2 Specify options in the Audio Submix Tracks section, and then click OK. Simultaneously create a submix and assign a send 1 If necessary, display the effects/sends panel in the Audio Track Mixer by clicking the triangle to the left of an automation option’s menu. 2 Choose Create Mono Submix, Create Stereo Submix, or Create 5.1 Submix from any of the five sends list menus in the Audio Track Mixer. Route a track’s output to a submix In the Audio Track Mixer, select the submix name from the track output menu at the bottom of the track.
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333 Audio Last updated 6/9/2015 Route tracks with sends Each track contains five sends, located in the Effects And Sends panel in the Audio Track Mixer. Sends are often used to route a track’s signal to a submix track for effects processing. The submix can return the processed signal to the mix by routing it to the master track, or it can route the signal to another submix. A send includes a level knob that controls the ratio of the send track volume to the submix volume. This value is called the wet/dry ratio, with “wet” referring to the effects-processed submix signal and “dry” referring to the signal from the send track. A wet/dry ratio of 100% indicates that the wet signal is output at full strength. The submix volume affects the wet signal, and the send track’s volume affects the dry signal. A send can be applied pre-fader or post-fader, and the outcome is that the track audio is sent either before or after the track’s volume fader is applied. With a pre-fader send, adjusting the track fader doesn’t affect the output level from the send. A post-fader send maintains the wet/dry ratio, fading the wet and dry signals simultaneously as you adjust the send track’s volume. Note: You cannot assign a track send to the Master track in a 16-channel sequence. Send a track to a submix 1 (Optional) To display the Effects And Sends panel in the Audio Track Mixer, click the Show/Hide Effects And Sends triangle at the left side of the Audio Track Mixer.
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