Up until the last few releases of Premiere Pro, the only way to make adjustments to your audio tracks was by tediously using the pen tool. For my example, I have a simple edit put together in a Premiere Pro sequence that includes a music track, voiceover audio, and several video clips. Then, on the music track (top layer), create 2 keyframes on the sides where the voiceover audio starts and ends, and do the same for the second layer.
2. On the top layer of the music track, click and drag the area between the keyframes to lower the volume. As mentioned at the beginning of the tutorial, adjusting the volume on audio tracks manually with the Pen tool can take quite a long time. While pressing and holding Ctrl on the PC (or Cmd on the Mac), you will notice that the cursor changes to show….