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Mixing Voice and Music Fast in Final Cut Pro

Have you ever had a producer tell you to cut a few shots out of your video after you already made the “perfect” mix using clip overlays, keyframes, and rubberbands? Here is an old school technique I use that prevents this frustration. It keeps audio very flexible with the use of through-edits, crossfades, and the roll tool. Check it out and be happy!

http://chadwickpaul.net/2012/01/19/mixing-voice-and-music-fast-in-final-cut...

Posted by: Chadwick Shoults on Jan 19, 2012 at 1:22:15 pm Mixing, Final CutnPro
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I write a blog about quirky little technical things that I have picked up over the years as a pro video editor. I would love to be able to give back after so many years of taking great information from other editors and artists. Here is the link to my blog - http://chadwickpaul.net/
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