Understanding audio basics


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Understanding audio basics

So obviously as we start to build up our tracks and create an audio mix, we've got various different tracks that we need to be able to listen to, either together or in isolation. So over here we've got our solo buttons, so this would be soloing A1 and A2. (Female speaker: Swing dancing brings you together.) Or I could choose, for example, to mute A1 and A2, which would therefore solo all the rest of the tracks. (music playing) Now obviously we can use all of the same navigation tools that we've been using up until now.

We can use the Spacebar or J, K, L to play clips back. We can scrub through the timeline, and we can step through the timeline. But when we're dealing with audio of course, we're most interested in those modes which enable us to listen to the audio as we move or navigate around the clip or the sequence. So, straight away you probably notice the difference with Final Cut Pro. If I move backwards and forwards in my timeline here or step one or 10 frame forward...

Understanding audio basics
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Understanding audio basics 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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