Add Logic effects to clips in Final Cut Pro
You can add Logic effects to audio clips using the Effects browser. After you add an effect, you can access the effect’s interface and advanced controls from the Audio inspector.
Add Logic effects to a clip
In Final Cut Pro, click the Effects button in the top-right corner of the timeline (or press Command-5).
In the Effects browser, select a type of audio effect, then select an effect from the Logic category on the right.
You can do any of the following to help make your selection:
Preview what an effect sounds like using the audio from the currently selected timeline clip: Move the pointer over the audio effect thumbnail.
Preview changing an effect’s primary control: Hold down the Option key while moving the pointer over the audio effect thumbnail.
Filter the list of effects that appear: Type text in the Effects browser search field.
Do one of the following:
Drag the effect to an audio clip (or a video clip with audio) in the timeline.
Double-click the effect icon to apply the effect to the selected clip.
The effect appears in the Effects section of the Audio inspector and in the Audio Animation editor.
Show and adjust Logic effect controls
In the Final Cut Pro timeline, select the clip with the effect you want to adjust.
To open the Audio inspector, click the Inspector button on the right side of the toolbar (or press Command-4), then click the Audio button at the top.
Locate the effect in the Effects section of the Audio inspector.
To show the effect’s controls, click the Controls button (to the right of the effect’s name).
Select effect parameters and adjust their settings as needed.
You can preview your adjustments by using the skimmer or playing the clip in the timeline.
To return the effect’s values to their default settings, click the effect’s Reset button .