I tried to find the answer to no avail. Basically I'm trying to figure out if there is a way to "easily" raise/lower the level of individual clips. This would be extremely helpful. If you're familiar with Cubase, each clip has a line way at the top. You can drag this line towards the middle of the clip to lower the level of just that clip, not the entire track. I know that you can change the gain of clips, but that involves several clicks, and you sort of have to guess at how many db you want to lower it. If it's too much or not enough, you have to go back and try again until you get it right. This can be time consuming.
Just to give you an example of why this would be useful ... I'm an EDM producer, and there are always a bunch of FX going, be it noise sweeps, crashes, uplifters, downlifters, crazy noises, whatever. It would be nice to combine them all in one or two tracks. But rarely do these sounds work at the same volume (i.e. controlled by the same track fader). So most sounds (clips) need to be at a different level so it all gels together. Does that make sense? My options now are to have them in individual tracks, or use the Gain process with an educated guess (but it's still trial and error). Is there another workaround? The goal here is improving workflow.