In this tutorial we find out how to match different sounding voice clips in Final Cut Pro.
Chances are that when putting an edited item together, whether it be for broadcast news or just YouTube, you will end up with voice recorded on different microphones.
It might be from going from a lavalier to a studio voiceover microphone or just different mics in a single setting. Getting the voice to sound consistent across all produces a more polished result.
So in this new tutorial from Mark Spencer, he goes through a few techniques for getting different microphones to sound the same. You can of course use the one-click match feature in Final Cut Pro, but Mark digs deeper into FCP's tools to match even further.