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    Is there away of controlling volume from within Sonor?

    Having to change volume levels from within Studio can be a bit fussy... :-)

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    Re: Is there away of controlling volume from within Sonor?

    EJ,

    There are a number of ways to control volume from withing Sonar. It depends on whether you are controlling volume from within a MIDI track, an audio track or as a mix. You can draw volume automation cc#1 for each instrument in the bottom of the piano roll screen. Or for each track you can adjust the volume trim control. You can also draw volume envelopes on your clips.

    Perhaps some Sonar gurus here can offer some more suggestions.

    Gary Garritan

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    Re: Is there away of controlling volume from within Sonor?

    There are 2 things to keep in mind when setting volume levels.

    1. Set your overall instrument volume. This can either be in the GPO player or done within Sonar (or whatever sequencer you use). You must go into Options in GPO and enable CC7/CC11 option so GPO will accept CC7 volume changes. Set your overall with the volume level in the track window. Please note that most of the volumes have been balanced between instruments and sections already so changing one may really throw off levels. Be careful of making the levels louder as you will clip the audio channels as you add more instruments.

    2. Control expression with the modulation wheel (or a slider mapped to CC1).

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    Re: Is there away of controlling volume from within Sonor?

    As ever, Wonderful support from this group..

    I am very grateful... :-) EJ

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