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I like the Audio Mixer and close observation of the Levels, plus critical listening on a set of noise-canceling headphones. As I nearly always finish up a Project with the Audio Mixer, I will already have it open, and just monitor with my eyes, and my ears. I use the dB settings as a guide and starting point only, and let my ears tell the tale.
For critical work, I also find that doing those final Audio bits in Audition makes life a bit easier for me too.
Three is no way to automatically check if any part of a project is peaking. You'll have to keep an eye out when editing, or apply some type of overall limiting/compression.
Thanks Hunt, that's pretty much what I'm doing minus the Audition part.
Thansk Jim, I was afraid of that. Seems like an obvious addition to me.