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Turning Off Audio Track Names in Final Cut Pro

In Final Cut Pro it can be very useful to not show the audio track names. Because the audio track name goes right over top of the waveform when you have them active, they can make seeing the waveform difficult. Especially at an edit where the name of the outgoing clip is right next to the name of the incoming clip. Depending on how zoomed in on the timeline you are this can make a significant amount of the waveform difficult to see. When you are trying to blend two pieces of music together, having the track names displayed can be very annoying.

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To turn off the display of the names in the audio clips, you will first need to bring up the Timeline Layout Popup menu. Next move up to the Show Audio Clip Names option, and click on it. This will turn off the display of the names within the audio clips. 

The Timeline Layout Popup is also where you go to turn on the Audio Waveforms, or you can use the keyboard shortcut of OPTION+COMMAND+W.

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