How to gradually decrease or increase volume across multiple sections?

Vadym-Fomenko wrote on 7/4/2020, 1:04 PM

When you combine 4 segments together on one line/track, is there a way to gradually decrease volume across all four segments? Because even if you highlight all 4 sections and start gradually decreasing (right to left) or gradually increasing (left to right) the volume, it only has the ability to increase or decrease the volume for the 1st section of 4 combined sections. It does not let you to increase or decrease throughout all 4.

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browj2 wrote on 7/4/2020, 1:43 PM

@Vadym-Fomenko

Hi,

Do you have the free version, Plus or Premium? Which version of MMM do you have? See under Help, About.

Right-click on a blank area of a track, select Display track curves, Volume. You'll get a green curve on the Arranger. Where you want to adjust the curve, double-click on the green line to add a point. Move along, double-click and drag the point down, etc.

You can also turn on the volume curve for an object and turn on automation for an object and draw the envelope that you want.

John CB

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Vadym-Fomenko wrote on 7/4/2020, 2:24 PM

@Vadym-Fomenko

Hi,

Do you have the free version, Plus or Premium? Which version of MMM do you have? See under Help, About.

Right-click on a blank area of a track, select Display track curves, Volume. You'll get a green curve on the Arranger. Where you want to adjust the curve, double-click on the green line to add a point. Move along, double-click and drag the point down, etc.

You can also turn on the volume curve for an object and turn on automation for an object and draw the envelope that you want.

John CB

Thank you, John!!! This is exactly what I was looking for. It worked perfectly...