Keyframes Definition - What are Keyframes?

Keyframes are ways to change the properties of an audio recording over a certain period of time. A keyframe can be used to change several different types of properties during an audio recording or during the mixing/production process in making an audio recording. The changes are usually mapped out on software and programmed into the computer that will be doing the production. They can also be mapped out after the fact to show how changes are being done at a set time during the recording. They are very helpful and be used to measure many different kinds of properties.

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