sorry for that very late response.
Normalizing seemed to work. That made balancing the volume much easier.
Am 12.07.2020 um 16:32 schrieb Orlando Enrique Fiol (Redacted sender ofiol for DMARC):
At 04:44 AM 7/12/2020, Steven wrote:
For the second time:
>I would like to adjust the volume of one track, so it is the exact same volume of the other.
>I have two tracks in my current project. I want my second track, to have the same volume, that my first track has. I know, that you can change the volume of a track in the effects menu. But that would mean, I would have to go by the trial and error method.
>Is there maybe a way, to check the volume of one track, so I can enter that value, when changing the volume of the second track?
Choose normalization from the Effects menu and normalize to 0 DB. If they are stereo tracks, check the box labeled "normalize each channel independently". That removes all the guesswork from calculating relative volume levels.
Orlando Enrique Fiol
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