Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 If you would rather import an audio file into your Final Cut Pro X session because you don't want to record in the program or because you already have audio recorded and don't need to record in the program, navigate to the top menu bar and click File -- Import -- Files. This will reveal the Import Files dialog box from which you would find where your files are located on your computer or hard drive and click Import. This will import your chosen file into the Event you have selected in your Event Library. From there, you can click and drag on the imported audio file from the Browser to the Timeline. Once placed in the Timeline, you can move the clip around, change the audio's levels, add keyframes so you can affect the audio in different ways, trim it and cut it up into several smaller clips. You can even import audio directly from iTunes into Final Cut Pro X. To do so, click on the button that looks like a music note in the bar between the Viewer and the Timeline that will show or hide the Music and Sound Browser.? The first source that shows is iTunes. To change the source, click on the drop down menu to reveal more options. You can find all sorts of audio files from music to sound effects and foley. Browse through the various audio options available to you and experiment as you want.? To place an audio clip on your Timeline, click and drag on the file from the Music and Sound Browser and drop it on the Timeline wherever you want to place it. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/master-final-cut-pro-x/adding-audio-and-visuals/using-music-and-sounds//
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