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Hi,

for the example, I have 2 events:
– 1st with -10db master volume
– 2nd with -15db master volume

and I need lower all of them to the same amount of -5db relatively

in FMOD Studio 1.08 it was possible to select them both and drag volume knob to decrease to -5 db, so after that I got -15 on the 1st event and -20 on the 2nd

Now after updating to 1.10.01 when I select multiple events and drag knob, all events became with the same volume, for example, If I drag to -15 – both 1st and 2nd event are 15 db.

Is it a bug or there is another way now to edit multiple events parameters relatively?

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Hi Sergey,

Yes, if you hold onto the Shift key on your keyboard then the bulk editing of volume faders will be relative rather than the same value:

https://www.fmod.com/resources/documentation-studio?page=mixing.html#bus-volumes

Thanks,
Richard

  • Sergey

    Yes I’m already tried to do it with Shift and Ctrl (with Alt you add randomization). But in 1.10.01 it just not works, I tried both in Event Editor and Mixer windows

  • Richard Simms

    Hi Sergey,

    If you’re adjusting the volume via the volume dial in the deck, then try holding Shift after clicking down onto it. Otherwise, holding shift and adjusting the volume faders should work – I have tested in 1.10.00, 1.10.01, and 1.10.02.

    If you’re still having issue with this, could you please send a short video of this issue through to support@fmod.com ?

    Thanks,
    Richard

  • Sergey

    Wow. That was so simple. I tried holding Shift BEFORE clicking.
    Thanks a lot, Richard!

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