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Audio Editing: Using Waveforms

By February 23, 2013

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Waveforms are useful when editing audio because they give you a visual representation of a sound clip. Video editors such as Final Cut Pro have a feature to toggle the audio waveforms on and off in the Timeline to make editing easier on the eyes. Learn more about it here.

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