I'm not sure if I'm in exactly the right place for this question, so please pardon me if I'm not. I'm a bit of a novice to Studio One (although I've worked a bit with other DAWs before), so this question is for all the Studio One buffs out there.
I do voiceovers for a show, so I'm trying to find a way to use a piece of music as the "bed" (background) for my voiceover, with the volume lowered 50% or so, and then raise the song's volume after I'm finished speaking for the duration of the music. I'd LIKE to do it with just one "instance" of the song in Studio One's main editing window, but I haven't found a way to do so: right now I have to create a duplicate copy of the segment I want with lowered volume, which overlaps slightly with the piece I want at normal volume...then I have to do a crossfade at the overlap section to effect the increase/decrease in volume. This is time consuming and annoying, and I just KNOW there has to be an easier way to do this: I just don't know it and can't find it (I tried doing a search in the manual, although I may be using the wrong terms)! Can someone point me in the right direction? Thanks in advance!