Learn about collaborative audio post production with Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X. Discover how to leverage the tools in a dedicated audio workstation to enhance your final mix.
- [Instructor] Hi, I'm Michael Towe and welcome to Final Cut & Logic Pro X Audio Post Round Trip. In this course, I'll show you a quick and very efficient way of round tripping your Final Cut Pro X project to a post-production sound mixer and then back into Final Cut. This will include segments on how to organize your audio with roles and subroles to prepare for export, what information you and your sound mixer should discuss prior to export, how to export your audio in an AAF format with the use of a third-party application called X2Pro Audio Convert, and then how to marry back up the completed audio mix with your project in Final Cut Pro X.
This course is designed to be a companion course to Final Cut and Logic Pro 10: Mixing Dialogue Music and Effects by Joe Godfrey. His course will instruct you in the use of Logic Pro X to create a sound mix for the scene we'll be handing off. After viewing both of these courses, you should have a great understanding of the post-audio workflow with Final Cut X and Logic Pro X. So, let's have some fun as we begin to take a look at collaborative audio post-production with Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X.
- What version of Final Cut Pro X should you use?
- Creating the 2-pop and tail pop
- Assigning roles in Final Cut Pro X
- Working with roles in the timeline
- Setting up your timeline for export
- Exporting to Logic Pro X via FCPXML
- Exporting to Logic Pro X AAF
- Working with the composite mix