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Faders And Audio Levels In Final Cut Pro

When using a track's assigned fader you are only able to manipulate the audio clip that is located under the playhead. If you have parked the playhead over an area where there is no audio present, the fader will automatically be set to total silence. Keep in mind that you can manipulate the audio levels of a clip in the timeline while it is playing as well as when it is paused.

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When you have the playhead over a pair of linked audio clips, the faders assigned to those clips will respond accordingly to whether or not the clips are a stereo pair. Concerning dual mono clips, the faders can be adjusted independently, therefore if you have shot a scene with two actors trading dialogue you can adjust them separately for maximum clarity. Stereo pair clips are assigned faders that are locked together and move in a synchronized motion when adjusted. This will assure that level changes in both left and right channels have occurred evenly.

Check out other adventures in Audio and Final Cut Pro: Breaking Audio Sync , Syncing Audio, Converting Audio Sample Rates, Setting Up For Voiceover.

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