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Silent output when using narration in iMovie09

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I have gotten through a fairly lengthy project in iMovie09 but now am finding that when I attempt to add narration, the sound output is basically zero. I have moved all sliders to the full right position and have "ducking" engaged with that slider all the way to the left. This had happened earlier in the same project also and somehow corrected itself. What have I failed to do or done wrong?
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