To select a clip press C
To playback a clip press /
Enable audio meter by Shift + Command + 8 or by selecting it from below the viewer
Control + Option + 1 to set to waveform only
Adjust the wave form size = Control + Option + Up/Down keys
Clip Hight in timeline = Shift + Command + Plus/Minus keys
You can adjust the loudness or volume from Audio inspector or directly from the timeline.
-12 to -16 considered as the standard loudness while recording
You can enable the equalizer and customize it from inspector window
From effects you can choose the desired effect to apply in any of your audio or video clip
Playback levels are shown in three colors - Green, Yellow, and red. Red indicate the peak levels.
Always keep it in green levels so that you avoid clipping
Reference wave forms (If not showing set the same in references) shows the maximum visual resolution of your wave form
You can see the average volume levels from audio meter or by keeping your pointer on the volume bar on any clip.
You can adjust the volume change from inspector or directly from the timeline by adjusting the vertical bar (volume bar)
Press Control + Option + L and enter the db value and press enter (Applies to single o multiple clips)
You can select any range in a clip (press R) and increase or decrease the volume with the help of above methods
Fade will help you make a smooth transition between clips
Keep the audio levels at -12 dBFS (decibel full scale) for a 16 bit audio
Keep the audio levels at -18 dBFS for 24 bit audio.
C - To select a clip press
/ - To playback a clip press
Control + Option + 1 - to set to waveform only
Control + Option + Up/Down keys - Adjust the wave form size
Shift + Command + Plus/Minus keys - Clip Hight in timeline
Control + Option + L - To enter the db value (Applies to single o multiple clips)