-Sam and Macdaddy -
Could you guys give me a few pointers to get me moving along here in Triumph? After I get the procedure down, I will document it and pass it on to others.
Basically, I'd like to load my 24/96 wav file of a show, put in track markers, normalize/adjust channel gains, eq it slightly, and then export to 16/44.1 and 24/96.
Here's where I am at:
I start a new project and get a Master Layer. I then import my wav file as an asset. It shows up under the master layer. I then see the "Overview" and then the waveform below it, showing me Left and Right channel.
I need to balance the channels by adding gain to the Left. Yet, I can't see a clear way to do this. Nor can I find a normalize anywhere. I'm guessing I need to add an effect to the asset? But how can I apply it to just one channel? What am I missing? What if I wanted to zoom in to reduce clapping peaks? I see how to zoom in, but is there an easy way to reduce the gain of a portion of the wav?
Ok, moving on to tracking. I see a "Labels" section. Under there I see all types of labels. Which one do I want to slice up a large wav file? Will a "marker" do it, or perhaps I need a "Track" ? I see how to drop these onto my wav file, and then to the right I can provide text for each one. I'm currently adding "Markers"
I'll stop my questions there because I realize I'm asking a lot! But again, I will document the procedure so others can follow it after. Your time won't be wasted!