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Your Cubase® Studio by Steve Pacey

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Making Volume Adjustments in the Project Window

You don’t need to open Cubase’s virtual mixer to make adjustments to the levels of your tracks. There are several easy ways to make volume adjustments within the Project window.

The easiest way is by adjusting the volume within each part using the OST. You can do this like you changed the size of a part with the OST in Chapter 8, “Basic Editing.”

First select the audio part you wish to adjust with the OST. Then position the OST over the small blue box in the center of the part (see Figure 9.4). Once over the blue box, the OST will turn into an up-and-down arrow pointer volume control (see Figure 9.5). By clicking and dragging upward or downward, you will be able to adjust the level of the selected ...

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