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Old 06-04-2017, 06:29 PM
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Default Group Volume Edits With Clip Gain

Searched high and low in user guide and keyboard shortcuts guide and haven't run across the answer to this one yet. Hoping someone can help me.
Say I have for instance all the drum tracks in a song already grouped together. I then do a selection of audio and use the separate at selection command which creates a new clip up and down all the tracks in my group. Now here's the question. What is the keyboard command to raise or lower clip gain volume on all tracks in the group simultaneously? So far I have had to adjust the volume on each individual track in the group which is very time consuming. There must be a way to raise or lower clip gain volume on all tracks in a group together. Thanks.
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Default Re: Group Volume Edits With Clip Gain

I was looking for ilthe same feature but it seems it s not available in protools...by the way it s available in cubase

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Thanks for your reply. Hard to believe Protools wouldn't have that. It would save a lot of time.
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Nudge the selected clip gain up : Control+Shift+Up Arrow/Start+Shift+Up Arrow
Nudge the selected clip gain down : Control+Shift+Down Arrow/Start+Shift+Down Arrow

Or Start Shift Scrollwheel.


Works perfectly on edit-grouped tracks and their clips in PT 11 at least.
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Thanks Joachim I'll give it a try. Do you know if it works is as small increments as 0.1 db?
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If you set 0.1 dB in Preferences - Editing - Clip Gain Nudge Value.

Or : select clips in the edit-grouped tracks , show the Clip Gain Line and adjust with mouse up/down while holding Ctrl (Win) (should be Cmd Mac). This the fine-control.
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Thanks very much.
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