As well as a background music track, I have some odd clicks in the middle of a reasonably good soundtrack (which gives atmosphere to the clip).
I recall there is an audio "rubber-banding*" feature in Vegas Studio 10, BUT cannot find it. Vegas doesn't use the Term and searching volume and envelopes hasn't helped either.
Can someone here give me a clue, pse?
I've created a new Rubber-banding Thread so I can go straight there if I need it again.....
( Er, since I forgot what it's called and you can't add "Post-Its" to the Index . . . . that's an idea!)
I did try a Search here, but the results are somewhat broad....and don't appear to cover it.
* rubber-banding uses marker points, which adjust up/down the audio-level over a small portion of time on one track.
I'm sure I've used this RB technique as it means you can adjust (say a shout) anytime, when the audio "balance" is better determined. Cuttinig "Gain" affect everything on that clip.