My favorite multitrack audio editor for conventional computers (Hindenburg Journalist Pro) has just added a major new feature called “Magic Level”. It combines several techniques in one, including adaptive levels, automix, de-bleed and auto-ducking. Ahead I’ll share Hindenburg’s demonstration video of the new feature, which includes examples with both a single track and mulitrack. When used with multitrack, this competes with Auphonic’s renowned crossgating feature, but requires fewer steps to initiate the process.
I am so happy that Hindenburg has added this feature.
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