Sound Editing in Final Cut Studio: Creating a Sound Mix

Sound Editing in. Final Cut Studio. Creating a Sound Mix. Part 1: Smoothing Edits with Fades. Part 2: Setting Audio Levels. uPart 3: Using Keyframes to …

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Sound Editing in Final Cut Studio: Creating a Sound Mix
Setting Up Views in the Audio Mixer
When using eight or more tracks, it may be difficult to monitor everything at once, so Final Cut Pro enables you to create four different views, each of which can display a custom selection of tracks in the Audio Mixer. One common technique is to create one view just for dialogue tracks, one for effects, and one for music. The fourth view can be reserved for viewing all the tracks at the same time. In the track list on the left, click the black circle to hide tracks A5, A6, A7 and A8. The mixer view now shows only the dialogue tracks. Click the View 2 button. In the track list, hide tracks A1 through A4 and tracks A7 and A8. This view now shows only the effects tracks. Click the View 3 button. Hide all but tracks A7 and A8. Part 3: Using Keyframes to Automate a Mix

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