These kinds of things are readily found in the Help file. There's a whole section on working with audio. Give that a good read.
Along with the material covered in the Help File, that Ann linked to, see this ARTICLE. It goes into a little more detail on the differences between Clip Keyframes and Track Keyframes (generated with Audio Mixer). While the effect of those can be the same, there are nuances, that one should make note of.
Why can't you just make a point in the waveform of the timeline like you could on the old version before cloud? ...
It was so simple! ...
In the old Premiere you could adjust the volume manually in the wave form in the timeline by placing two points in the waveform and lowering or raising it.
Then all audio adjustments could be done that way ..... VERY SIMPLE! ....
I really don't like this cloud version at all......
i have been an Adobe user since the very first version of Illustrator in 1987...
I am NOT HAPPY with all these changes and you will loose customers if you don't do something about this.
That does not work …. Used to be you would command click and create a point ..
so how do you do it now?
The same was as on the video timeline … just found out i can’t do that either.
I just got the new cloud version today because i had to … and i have to have a 45 minuted video that has to be edited with much text done tonight …. so you can see why i am so frustrated ..
I learned the old version and everything went smoothly but this is driving me nuts ..
Sorry if you think that i am mad … but i am frustrated.
The fastest way to mix audio and fix levels is by using the Audio Mixer with automation.
Trust your ears and the dB Meters
Working at waveform level with keyframes is SLOW and tedious. especially for long form work.
Personally ..I only go there for fine tuning automation keyframes if required.