MPV's Final Cut Pro X 105 - Working With Audio

With Final Cut Pro X, video editors now have the powerful combination of audio tools and bundled plug-ins that can make your audio sound like it went to a $450/hour Post Production studio. Let Michael Wohl show you how to use them...A good friend of mine once said, Video is two-thirds audio." In most video software, the audio capabilities have been nothing more than an afterthought and often under-implemented. In Final Cut Pro X, the audio is treated as an equal partner!In this tutorial, editor, educator and Final Cut expert MIchael Wohl reveals all the new audio techniques that video editors can do in-appin FCP X to ensure that the audio coming out the other side is cleaner, better EQ-ed and more expertly processed than in previous versions of Final Cut Pro. He takes you on an audio trek beginning with adding clips from external sources, iTunes, and the built-in Music and Sound Effects browser. Youll also learn how to expertly configure audio channels from mono all the way to 5.1 surround. Michael then takes you through the art and science of creating good audio levels. He explains metering, the difference between dB and dBFS, and the implementation of audio keyframes (automation) included in Final Cut Pro X.From audio levels he dissolves smoothly into a section on transitions where youll learn all about audio cross-fades in the primary storyline and cross-fading complex connected clips. Then Maestro Wohl is into stereo and surround panning, and explains the awesome new Logic Pro EQ and Spaces plug-ins that come bundled with Final Cut Pro X.So become an audio master under the direction of video maestro Michael Wohl and learn how to use all the incredible new audio features that make Final Cut Pro X a true, fully functional audio-for-video editor.Table of Contents:1. Introduction2. Importing Audio Clips3. The Music and Sound Effects Browser4. Audio Channel Configuration5. Breaking Apart Audio Channels6. Audio Meters7. Setting Proper Levels8. Adjusting Clip Levels9. dB vs. dBFS10. Keyframing Audio Levels11. Additional Keyframing Tools12. Sample-level Audio Editing13. Deleting Audio Keyframes14. Audio Fades15. Crossfades in the Primary Storyline16. Crossfades on Connected Clips17. Stereo vs. Surround18. Controlling Stereo Pans19. Surround Panning20. Basic Equalization21. EQ Plugins22. The Channel EQ23. Managing Audio Filters24. Matching EQ25. Auto Enhancements26. Distortion & Echo Effects27. Reverb Effects28. Voice & Pitch Effects
File Size247.36 MB
Operating System iOS
System RequirementsCompatible with iPod Touch (3rd generation or later, iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, iPad. iTunes account required.