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Nuendo® 5 Power!: The Comprehensive Guide by Ashley Shepherd

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The Mixer

The mixer contains many of the same controls found in the Inspector, but for all the channels in the project at once. It allows you to see and adjust the sound for many tracks at once, giving you a different perspective on the overall mix than dealing with one channel at a time in the Inspector.

The mixer, shown in Figure 3.44, is divided horizontally into four basic sections: the common panel, project channels, tracks, and outputs. Project channels are anything that’s in the project window track list plus special items such as Rewire channels. If it brings audio or MIDI into the project, it must have a mixer channel.

Vertically, the mixer is split into three basic sections: the normal section at the bottom with the channel fader, the ...

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