The Audio Tools
OK, so not everything is going to be perfect after your recording session. Sometimes people will speak too loudly or softly, or worse, they will do both during the same recordings. There will be some noise, no matter what you do. And frankly, you’re going to want to change things that aren’t technically bad audio, just because, well, because you want them to sound differently. Of course, you should always strive to record the highest quality audio you can while shooting, but this isn’t always within your control.
FCP has an excellent suite of new tools for addressing audio issues. Similar to opacity, audio levels can be adjusted and keyframed on the sequence as well as in the Audio tab of the Viewer, and from a special ...