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Spatial Spectral Isolator Audio EQ in Final Cut Pro with Peel 05 Feb 2021 13:12 #112516

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A new audio plugin from zplane allows you to remove frequencies in the stereo image by just drawing a box around them.

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Spatial Spectral Isolator Audio EQ in Final Cut Pro with Peel 06 Feb 2021 11:06 #112517

way more easy to use than what we used to have in Soundtrack Pro

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Spatial Spectral Isolator Audio EQ in Final Cut Pro with Peel 06 Feb 2021 13:43 #112518

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This could come in very handy. Going to check it out for sure. Now, if someone would figure out how to do auto-ducking in FCPX. That lack of a true mixer with buses is working my last nerve.

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Spatial Spectral Isolator Audio EQ in Final Cut Pro with Peel 06 Feb 2021 14:27 #112519

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What I like about this is the experimenting you can do.
Sometime you need a small audio detail that contributes to an edit.
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Spatial Spectral Isolator Audio EQ in Final Cut Pro with Peel 06 Feb 2021 18:10 #112520

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Now, you could do this with the analyzer in the stock Logic EQ, but this seems to be more helpful in use to video folks, and not require jumping back and forth between settings, etc. Just downloaded the free trial, looking to try it out.

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