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Intro to Effective Digital Sound Design in Final Cut Pro X

Course Summary

Enhance your film project's storytelling by designing fantastic audio. In this course, you'll learn sound design techniques and various tools in Final Cut Pro X, creating your own soundtrack along the way. Software required: Final Cut Pro X 10.2.2.


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    Course Syllabus

    Introduction and Project Overview
    - 1m 17s

    —Introduction and Project Overview 1m 17s
    Intro to Effective Digital Sound Design in Final Cut Pro X
    - 4h 35m

    —Importance of Clean, Crisp, Perfect Audio 4m 23s
    —Setting up the Project Properties 2m 22s
    —Creating File Structure in FCP X Explained 2m 49s
    —Setting up Media & Importing Events 5m 51s
    —Exploring the Browser Window 6m 13s
    —Checking the Clip Based Magnetic Timeline 8m 48s
    —Exploring Sound Compression Formats 9m 45s
    —Utilizing Audio Leveling and Matching 8m 37s
    —Exploring the Audio Inspector 7m 59s
    —Absolute vs. Relative Audio 4m 49s
    —Activating Playback Loop and Audio Enhancements 6m 41s
    —Blending FCP X Audio Enhancements 9m 12s
    —Working with Voice Over Enhancement Effect 9m 21s
    —Using the Adaptive Limiter and Fat EQ Effects 8m 20s
    —Pasting Attributes to Similar Clips in the Using the Timeline Index 9m 58s
    —Audio/video Synchronization Tool Explained 5m 5s
    —Multi-camera Synchronization and Channel Configurations 6m 48s
    —Multi-camera Angle Editor Explained 8m 9s
    —Managing Multi-camera Angle Composites 4m 46s
    —Cutting Multi-camera Composites on the Timeline 5m 50s
    —Audio Editing the Multi-camera Composite on the Timeline 7m 44s
    —Adding Audio Effects on Multicam Sync Containers 4m 41s
    —Using Audio Fades and Shapes 9m 22s
    —Exploring the Noise Gate Tool 8m 7s
    —Exploring the Fat Eq 9m 53s
    —Exploring the Compressor 8m 34s
    —Rules for Stacking Multi-effects (In 1 Track) 3m 53s
    —Adding Music to Your Timeline 6m 50s
    —Adding Sound Effects to Your Timeline 10m 17s
    —Using Keyframes to Control Audio & Effect Levels 5m 41s
    —Applying Keyframes in the Inspector and Audio Animation 6m 52s
    —Getting Started with Surround Sound 6m 28s
    —Exploring Pan Modes and Room Design in 5.1 Surround Sound 7m 34s
    —How to Retime Sound Effects for Impactful Storytelling 9m 17s
    —The 2 Golden Rules for Creating Audio/visual Masterpieces 3m 53s
    —Selecting Music and Auditioning Musical Tracks 9m 21s
    —Cutting to the Beat Using Markers in the Primary Storyline 9m 3s
    —Critiquing Compositions and Customizing Music Tracks 11m 31s


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Networks & IT Infrastructure and Digital Media & Games Community

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