Exploring the audio environment


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Exploring the audio environment

When you're editing, the use of various tools for trim, effects, multi-cam editing, or audio is a continuous flow. Editors are using all of the tools in concert to achieve the desired effect. However, for study, we sometimes have to break things out by themselves. In the case of audio, this is particularly necessary because the topic is huge and because there are many specialized audio tools, techniques, and processes. Here in the audio_basics bin, I've got a sequence called audio_pass loaded into the Record viewer.

What I'd like to do is spend a few moments just re-familiarizing ourself with the Media Composer interface, but this time from an audio perspective. So here in the bin I've got some audio-only clips. You can see that they have a small icon that's a black box with an audio waveform inside. If I switch to Frame view, you can see that they're displayed as a blue box with an audio waveform inside there. If I double-click and load it into my Source viewer, t...

Exploring the audio environment
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Exploring the audio environment provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Steve Holyhead as part of the Migrating from Final Cut Pro 7 to Avid Media Composer 5.5

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Video
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Final Cut Pro Media Composer
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