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How do I turn down the audio from the clip, and how do I adjust the music that I add to that clip from itunes (i.e. turn it up or down)???
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there should be a nut or bolt looking button that you press on the audio clip that let's you change the master volume.

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Thanks, that answers my first question about the audio from the clip. However, I still don't know how to turn down the volume from the background song. I have the song running through different scenes, and I want it louder in some scenes than others.

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