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From mono to Simulated Stereo in Final Cut Pro

Although this technique falls short of the grandeur of THX, simulating stereo by crossfading or panning a mono sound can add some old-school flavor to a project with flat sound.

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Lets say you captured a mono audio sample of an ice cream truck passing in the background of your scene, by using the Crossfade effect or keyframing a pan you can simulate the sound traveling from left to right or right to left, adding a touch more depth to your scene.

You probably won't receive an invitation to Skywalker Ranch for your technical prowess, but every bit helps when you're an independent. I like that word, INDEPENDENT!

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