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Recording Audio - Final Cut Pro X

SALE TODAY: Learn Piano on iOS Recording audio is done with a microphone connected to a computer or other recording device. When it's captured, you add the audio to your Timeline in Final Cut Pro X to begin editing. To record audio with Final Cut Pro X, first navigate to the top menu bar and click?Window -- Record Audio.? The?Record Audio?dialog box will appear, which has a few options for you to choose from. To record, you need to enable the red record button at the top left corner of the dialog box. When it's enabled, the field to the right of the button will read "Ready to record." You can choose your recorded audio's?Destination?between any of the?Events?you've created in your?Event Library. You can also choose your audio's Input Device, which could be a Built-in Microphone recording in Mono or Stereo, or another Built-in Input.? The Gain slider lets you adjust the amount of sound you want to either add or subtract from the recording. The higher the Gain, the louder the volume. Choosing the Monitor allows you to record to a separate Built-in Output, which is good for mixing the levels and increasing the quality of your sound. The better your microphone is, the higher your audio quality will be. Read more by visiting our page at:
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