Forum Question: How To Dub Your Voice Onto a Final Cut Pro Video

How do you dub your voice onto a Final Cut Pro video? Say you make a video but don’t like your voice so how can you add it onto an exiting video? And can you also add someone else’s voice as well onto a different vocal track but add it into the same video once you’ve already add your?
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Bryan

Comments: One Response to “How To Dub Your Voice Onto a Final Cut Pro Video”

    6/16/12 @ 5:11 pm

    Just add it in as another track. You can lay in multiple video and audio tracks. So record the voice using any audio program you want, or directly into a track using Window, Record Audio to open up FCPX’s recording window.
    Once you have it, then you have a lot of work to do to adjust it and get it right. But that should get you started.

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