The Track view lets you edit and arrange audio clips. You can perform basic tasks such as cut, copy, paste, and move; apply simple audio processing such as gain change, fades, and equalization; and use sophisticated audio effects such as stereo chorus and reverb. The Track view lets you see your audio clips on a timeline, arranged by track, to help you visualize the organization of your project’s audio data.Most audio processing commands and audio effects can be used from the Event List view as well, by selecting one or more audio clips, then choosing the desired command from the Process > Apply Effect menu. Plug-in effects can also be applied to audio data non-destructively, in real time, from the Track view, Track Inspector and Console view FX Racks. For more information, see Mixing.
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