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In a typical home studio setup, youll never need to use the onboard audio ports of your audio interface. However, it is still a good idea to consider how you could use it. In most cases, you can use the audio outputs to connect everything in your recording room to your audio interface. In fact, your audio interface may be your only connection from your DAW tracks back to your speakers.
Adding balance control lets you balance the volume of one audio track in relation to the rest. To accomplish this, youll first set your target volume level before balancing. After you have set the target level, the level of the audio track youve selected to adjust will decrease by the amount of the target volume level. This gives you the opportunity to reduce unwanted audio levels. You can perform this function on all tracks, or on any single track.
Adjust the audio quality of your audio files by up to 4 points during the conversion. The default settings will let you choose the optimal settings for your configuration based on the different formats. In addition to standard presets you can now adjust GStreamer plugins for MP3, AAC, FLAC, M4A, OGG, WAV, and WMA. Whether you want a lossless conversion or a more compressed MP3 file, you can choose the optimal settings in which to convert.
Compose complex music and mix audio tracks in real-time. Make it easy to choose any of the 20 built-in audio plug-ins to add effects like equalization, compression, and so on. Place a vocal track above any other audio track for more dramatic effects. Use a collection of music loops as a library for your songs. The Workarea provides a simple way to preview any song and to edit the audio. You can then add any of the built-in audio plug-ins to fine-tune your music.