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Audio Filters

Audio filters are effects (reverb and echo), equalizations (EQ), compression and expansion, or noise reduction applied to entire audio clips or portions of audio clips. They are used to enhance a clip's sound quality to add some punch to the telling of your story. Or they can be used to correct errors made in the recording process.

To add filters, highlight the audio clip from the sequence in the Timeline window, and select a filter from the Effects menu, as shown in Figures 8.1 and 8.2. You can also drag from the list in the Browser's Effects tab and drop one or more filters by Ctrl-clicking your choices. You can drag this set of filters to the Viewer, or you can drag them to the clip or set of clips you want to add them to in the Timeline that contains the sequence you are working with (see Figures 8.3 and 8.4). Alternatively, you can highlight an audio clip in the Timeline window and double-click an audio filter's icon from the Effects tab of the Browser window. This filter is added to the clip as it plays back in the sequence.


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