How to Change Audio Levels in DaVinci Resolve

The easiest way to adjust the volume of an individual audio clip in DaVinci Resolve is to select the clip, open the inspector, and adjust the volume slider. However, you can also mouse over the horizontal white line on the clip, left click, and drag up or down. Make sure that the clip is selected when you do this, or else it won’t work.

You can also adjust the levels of entire tracks. To do this, select the track by clicking on the left side of the track where the track name is. Then, open up the inspector, and adjust the volume slider. Alternatively, both the edit page and the Fairlight page have a mixer that you can open. The sliders on that mixer will also control the level of an entire track.