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With the recent upgrade of Final Cut Studio, Soundtrack Pro has also been upgraded to help you edit and mix your audio even faster with new multitrack editing tools and easy ways to fix common audio problems.  You can remove unwanted background noise in just a few simple steps and you can quickly identify, preview and fix audio that contains pops, clicks, hum, DC offset, and more.

Soundtrack Pro analyzes an audio file for common problems like pops, clicks, and more and automatically removes the unpleasant sounds.  The Analysis Tab will remove such common problems.  You can fix one problem at a time, or repair all the problems at once by clicking on Fix All.

analysistab.gif Soundtrack Pro features a dedicated tool for removing background noise, like for example, wind.  Set a Noise Print for a sample of the background noise you want to remove, and selectively dial it out of the entire recording.  This way you are able to rescue audio that would otherwise be lost or unusable.

noiseprint.gifCheck out our Soundtrack Pro training classes to learn how to use the powerful new restoration tools of Soundtrack Pro 3!


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