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In this course, explore a powerful round-trip workflow between Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro that helps sound editors to quickly mix dialogue, sound effects, and music for film. Author Scott Hirsch frames the lessons in a way that appeals to filmmakers of all levels, as well as professional and amateur audio mixers. He starts with exporting your tracks from Final Cut Pro and taking advantage of the film and video templates in Logic Pro, which makes project setup a snap. Then discover how to consolidate and edit dialog, fix noise problems and background hum, and add special effects. Finally, explore how to use automation and EQ to enhance and match your final tracks to the picture.
Here we are on our desktop, and we're going to go back to our Castles FCP folder. And in here we've created a new folder called From Audio, where we've brought in our stereo mix print from our sound engineer. We want to bring this back into Final Cut. So we'll switch over to Final Cut, and in our castle's project window, we'll go down to File. Import folder, I am choose our Castle's FCP folder here on our desktop from audio. I want to just choose this folders that has its stereo mix in it and what this does it just creates a bin already with our stereo mix in it which is I want to use import folder.
So now we'll duplicate our castle sequence and we'll rename this Castles underscore Final Mix. And the reason we're duplicating our sequence is just so that we can keep our original in tact if any problems arise, because in our Castles Final Mix sequence we are actually going to delete all of our audio so we can bring in our stereo mix... So, let's bring in our stereo mix, and scroll down to our two pop down here. (SOUND) Now it looks like that lines up. Let's just check another quick scene real quick for sync.
>> [from recording] I'm taking a big risk putting you on this Columbia project. Firm could be on the line here. >> That looks great. So that's how we can import a sound mix and bring it back into our sequence and Final Cut Pro.
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