Discover how to create an engaging 5.1 surround sound mix within Final Cut Pro X!
Up the audience engagement with your film or video project with a dynamic a 5.1 surround sound mix. You now have all the tools to do a surround sound mix in Final Cut Pro X, reducing the need to send your project to a third party audio editing application. In the following video tutorial, video editor and filmmaker Dan Allen once again shares his Final Cut Pro X expertise…this time addressing the surround sound tools in FCPX.
The highlight of the surround tools in FCPX is the surround sound panel – a graphic display of how the sound is distributed between the different speakers in the 5.1 setup:
Dan discusses how to use these FCPX surround sound tools for a natural and dynamic sounding mix. In addition, you’ll get insight into how the mix can effect the audiences engagement. Discover how to manipulate dialogue and sound effects in a surround sound mix to work with your edit, instead of against it. Tons of great info for working with surround sound in FCPX – 15 minutes well spent:
We previously featured Dan Allen’s tutorial on creating an edgy title effect in FCPX. See that video tutorial here.