March 27, 2012, 02:51 PM
I've found Final Cut Pro X to be an excellent platform to record and edit voice over work, especially long form work. By taking advantage of the Magnetic Timeline, Range tool, Compound Clips, and the like, we can make quick, easy work of ADR, narrative, and other such projects. Let us take a look at the step by step workflow to make long form VO much easier to work with.
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