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Beeping Sounds during Final Cut Pro Playback

Working with Audio Filters in Final Cut Pro affects uses up available real-time audio tracks. If you hear beeping within Final Cut Pro, the fix may be relatively simple. All you need to do is navigate to the Final Cut Pro > User Preferences menu and adjust the real-time audio mixing tracks. This will eliminate the beeping sound during playback.

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Keep in mind if you have an audio filter placed on a stereo clip, it would use up two additional real-time tracks. Therefore, a single audio filter applied to a stereo clip counts as four real-time tracks.

The only draw back of adjusting the real-time audio mixing preference this to a huge number, would be the physical performance of your CPU. Adjusting it too high may result in dropped frames during playback.

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