Perhaps the most significant improvement introduced in Pro Tools 10 is the new clip-based gain feature. Put as simply as possible, this is a second level of volume automation for audio clips—one that isn’t tied to a track, but is instead part of the clip itself. This enables you to gain-match clips prior to mixing a track. Although this is aimed more at audio post-production (for video), it really can be used in any kind of situation.
Sound confusing? Let’s take a look!
If You’re Using the Tutorial Session...
Please go to Memory Location #5–Clip-Based Gain.
In its simplest sense, clip-based gain will enable you to change the volume level of a clip independent of the volume ...