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Did you know that Final Cut Pro has a cool set of audio filters located within the Effects Tab?  You can apply audio filters by dragging a particular filter to a clip within the Timeline, and you can stack an unlimited number of filters onto clips.  Filters are processed in the order they are applied.

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In order to adjust and see the controls for each filter, you must double-click a particular audio clip to load its contents into the Viewer window.  Click the Filters Tab at the top of the window to reveal a list of audio filters that have been applied.  Depending on your screen resolution, you may need to increase the size of the Viewer window in order to see the keyframe area for the audio controls.

audio_filters_2.pngIt's fun to play around with some of the filters to see how you can change some of the audio effects of your clip.  I especially like the reverberation filter; it gives you that robotic feel.  The New Year is quickly approaching...do you have your Final Cut Pro class already scheduled?  Classes do fill up quickly since our class size is small and personal, so be sure to call us today!

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