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Watching Audio EQ in Final Cut Pro X

August, 2014

Watching Audio EQ in Final Cut Pro X

By Richard Taylor

One of the main tools a video editor has at their disposal for working with audio is EQ. EQ is short for equalization or equalizer, which is another word for fancy tone controls. An equalizer adjusts the frequencies of audio. Since video editors are visual, it would be nice if we could actually see audio frequencies. That would help us understand how to adjust them with an equalizer.

As a matter of fact, there is a way to see the frequencies of audio in Final Cut Pro X.

In this tutorial, I'm going to show you one of my go to audio plugins, the Channel EQ, and show you how to view audio frequencies in Final Cut Pro X.

Richard Taylor is an Editor/Producer and a Level 2 Apple Certified Trainer for Final Cut Pro X from the Washington DC/Baltimore Maryland area. He can be reached via his Final Cut Pro X website FCPX.TV or on Twitter @RichardTaylorTV

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