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Beeping Audio Track In Final Cut Pro Timeline

If you're experiencing beeping in your Final Cut Pro audio track while building a project, chances are you have exceeded your real-time audio capability. While in Final Cut Pro, go to the main menu and select Final Cut Pro > User Preferences. A dialog box will open and you will see, by default, that the Real-time Audio Track Mixing option is set to 8 tracks. Keep in mind that any filters you add to an audio track counts as an additional audio track. For example, if you had 5 audio tracks, each with 2 filters, then you essentially have created 10 tracks.

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You can set the Real-Time Audio Mixing value to any number that you like, but that doesn't mean that your hardware can handle it! Be mindful of your hardware limitations before changing this value. If you're working on fast drives, you could well exceed the default 8 tracks.

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