Track Ducking

Ducking allows you to control the level of an audio track with another audio track.

Usually, this is used to attenuate the level of an audio track that contains music or ambience sound whenever a signal is present on an accompanying voice track. The track containing the music is called the carrier track and the track containing the voice recording is called the modulator track.

You can select multiple voice tracks as modulator tracks for a carrier track. You can also apply ducking to modulator tracks, for example, to give one voice track priority over another.