Region Gain and Automation

Mixbus has 2 separate types of automation: Region Gain Envelopes and Processor Automation.

Region Gain envelopes are often used for repair work, such as reducing unwanted breaths, accentuating syllables, or reducing noise. The “region gain envelope” is part of the audio region, and is applied before any other processing is applied in the mixer strip. Region Gain only adjusts the volume (level) of the region across time.

Learn more about Region Gain automation in this video: Mixbus Gain Staging

Processor Automation is often used for creative changes such as fading elements in and out during a song. Automation can be applied to many different mixing parameters including the input trim, fader, panning, muting, or plug-in parameters.


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