Lesson 8. Editing Sound

In the area of audio, Avid and Final Cut Pro share many similarities. Both systems have audio mixers, rubberbanding capability, audio effects such as equalizers, and direct Timeline keyframing; and both indicate when audio tracks have gotten out of sync. Yet they have a few major differences, as well. Among these is their interface layouts.

The FCP Viewer has a separate Audio tab, which provides a place to set levels and keyframes for a clip, and ...

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