Since the settings are set up correctly, we can now run the Volume Process. If Revoice Pro is the selected program, simply LEFT CLICK the New Process button at the bottom of the New Process window or press the N key (shortcut) on the keyboard.Doubler - Create Process


The result of doing this is shown right.

 

In this example, two things are visible: Firstly, a green (selected) Process Control Block labelled "Volume:1" has been inserted in the Process Control Track below Audio 1. Note this is the length of the previously selected audio (and the audio is no longer shown selected). This shows where the processing will start and end.


Secondly, in the Output track, the Volume processed Output signal has been rendered. (If background processing is turned on the output audio will be rendered immediately. If background processing is not turned on, and a red line still shows above the output track, the Volume process needs to be rendered before it can be played.)


Press the Space Bar to play the rendered audio.


Quite often, the above steps will provide a satisfactory result with little or no further effort, apart from transferring the output audio to your DAW or a file.


You can alternatively use a Playback Range to highlight time periods of the audio to be Volume Processed, rather than relying on automatically selected audio.

 

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Related topics:

Process Control Track

Export audio from Revoice Pro

Rendering and background processing

Playback range