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You can multi-select properties in the timeline. If you scrub values, they will increase or decrease relative to their base value. If you numerically input a value, the value will be set as an absolute on all layers.
Can't you select several layers with audio and use the Audio panel to lower them all? Haven't tried myself, but I think it should work.
- Jonas Hummelstrand
No, unfortunately the slider thing doesn't work for multiple selections... However, Mylenium's suggestion works and is just as good. Excellent, thanks. That'll save me a lot of grief for the remainder of my edit!
Another option: add an expression slider to one layer, then pickwhip the value of all audio layer's levels to the slider.
Another option: Precomp all audio layers and adjust the level from the master layer.
Hi, Andrew. This isn't for a permanent type thing... just for editing my audio levels (in a dense mix). So, expressions are not practical.
As for precomping... I sort of am already (each precomp is a video clip with a number of audio clips accompanying it). But, since the sum of (otherwise) 'within level' clips can (and often does) push the overall level up past the clipping level, I have to play with the balance of each audio layer within that precomp. But, ya, once all those clips are brought into the main comp, I could ride the levels as each clip comes on.
Mylenium's solution is perfect for what I'm doing. Thanks anyway.