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Gain change?



Hey folks, newbie Toast 8 user here (although I have used earlier versions and have used Jam in the past). Just looked up this topic in TFM, and am a bit confused on how to change gain of individual tracks.


On p.75 of the manual, under "Working with crossfades", it states that I can "double-click a track to display additional crossfades as well as other audio options, such as track trimming and advanced mastering options."


Well, when I double-click a track, all I get are disk and track info. How can I do something simple like change the gain of individual tracks? Do I have to use the Apple Audio Units dynamics processor? I recall Jam had some little volume sliders you could adjust. I was expecting Toast 8 to incorpoarate Jam's features, but it looks like it's a bit on the "LE" side of things. Even the product features section states that it incorporates "Roxio Jam pro-quality audio mastering tools." Where are they?


Thanks for any help.



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Roxio didn't explain much about those Jam-related features in the manual. They've posted several articles in the Toast kniowledgebase here: http://www.roxio.com/enu/support/toast/default.html


To change the Gains just click on the digits that are in the Gain column and a pop-up appears with the slider.


Thanks for the link, tsantee. The key was enabling the "advanced audio settings" in the preferences. I have the sliders now...




PS-I like the Austin Healy in your avatar. My first car was a '59 100-6.

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