When I first realized I was going to need this, I thought it would be the simplest thing in the world to achieve. But I still don't seem to be able to see how this can be done. I have a piece consisting of this one instrument track that has (as probably the majority of all that were ever recorded by man) several notes sounding at the same time in places. What I want is to make just the bass notes of the instrument sound louder (ie, simply have their volume increased) for a part of the track but not the whole of it - only for when the non-bass notes are at their loudest themselves.
I realize that this can probably be achieved by other means, and would be quite thankful for advice on that too I guess, but I would really love to know how to do this specifically the way I'm talking about right now, namely penny-plain volume adjustment, but selective. If it is possible at all... Even if it is, I also realize that this may not be the best way to get a good sound, but I figure I'll at least learn how to do this first and then figure out alternatives if need be.
What I managed to fathom so far is that, unless I misunderstood something, one can highlight a set of notes in one track and then make out of them their own 'event', as I think this is called. I clicked here and there and everywhere and consulted the manual but could not figure out the action for this. Would love it if someone could explain it (especially if I'm on the wrong track here, if you'll pardon the pun). Thankie!