I think I got it figured out. 😊 I have to remember not to select more than one
track, and to select the track that need to be auto ducked.
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This sounds like another tutorial session?
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I’m trying to figure this one out. It seems I’m doing something wrong, or have
something set improperly. It keeps saying about me not having a control track.
I have two tracks, some music, and something I’ve said. I try to align them and
use the auto ducking feature. I told you what the results were. Any help with
this one is appreciated. Much thanks in advance.