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    in premiere pro...how do i lower only a couple frames of audio...i have voice over the backround music and i want to lower the song for only 5 seconds then go back to regular volume. thx

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    There are a few ways to do this. One way is:

    1) Click on the clip in your timeline.
    2) Go to the effects control tab in the Monitor window (or Window > Effects Controls)
    3) Expand Volume
    4) Expand Level
    5) At the point where you want the volume to start fading add a keyframe by clicking on the diamond shape in the middle of two arrows (when yoi hover over it, it displays "add/remove keyframes")
    6) move along the timeline to the point where you want the volume to be zero, add a keyframe and move the level slider as far to the left as posible.
    7) add a keyframe where you want the volume to start increasing again
    add a keyframe where you want the volume to be back to normal again and set the level to 0db

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