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Tutorial - FCPX 10.1 Audio Channels and Sync Clips

There are multiple ways to get into detailed audio editing in Final Cut Pro X. What you find is MOST of the time you just need the audio as is from a clip but on those occasions when you need to strip out invididual tracks there are a few tricks you need to learn about dealing with Multiple Audio Tracks in a clip.

 

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