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Final Cut Pro X: Making the Transition by Larry Jordan

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9. Audio

I’ve covered editing in significant detail. But I concentrated on the video. Special features and controls apply when you add audio to the mix. This chapter builds on what you’ve learned already and extends it to the world of sound.

There are two elements of audio that will be covered later in the book: Chapter 10 offers a unified discussion of transitions for both audio and video, and audio effects are discussed in a bonus chapter you can download according to the instructions in this book’s Introduction.

However, before I cover audio in Final Cut Pro X, let’s review some audio basics.

Audio Basics

Human hearing is defined as a range from 20 cycles per second at the low end to 20,000 cycles per second at the high end. (This also assumes ...

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