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What is Audio Scrubbing?  Simply put, Audio Scrubbing is the bits and pieces that you hear when you drag the playhead across your clip, depending on how quickly you move the playhead.  This way, Final Cut Pro lets you monitor audio as you look at non standard frame rate picture.  Scrubbing through audio is helpful when you are trying to find a particular spot in your clip, for example, in a music track.  However, for some people, that "scrubbing" can get very annoying.  There is an easy toggle shortcut to turn on and off scrubbing.  Shift+S will turn on and off audio scrubbing.  You can also turn it on and off by going to View > Audio Scrubbing; the checkmark notates scrubbing is On, unchecking it will turn scrubbing Off.
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The bar at the bottom of the Viewer window on the left hand side, is the Scrubber bar.  You can speed up or slow down playback in forward or reverse by moving the playhead along the scrubber bar.

audioscrubbing2.gif When using the shuttle controls in the Viewer, and you have audio scrubbing activated, you will hear the audio slower or faster than normal speed audio playback.  


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