Audio Ducking in Pinnacle Studio

Audio Ducking in Pinnacle Studio

By Maliek Whitaker

The Audio Ducking feature, introduced in Pinnacle Studio 19, allows you to balance dialog or narration with background sound like a music track for pro-quality audio. Whenever someone is speaking, the volume of the music will lower or “duck” so that the voice over can be clearly heard. Pinnacle Studio Pro Maliek will show you how this new feature works:

• how to sync your music and voice over

• how to use the audio ducking feature to set your master track, the ducking level and length of fade in and out

• how to make manual adjustments to the audio ducking to get precisely the results you want

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