Correlation Meter controls in Final Cut Pro
Correlation Meter displays the phase relationship of a stereo signal.
For information about adding the Correlation Meter effect to a clip and showing the effect’s controls, see Add Logic effects to clips in Final Cut Pro.
A correlation of +1 (the far-right position) means that the left and right channels correlate 100%—they are completely in phase.
A correlation of 0 (the center position) indicates the widest permissible left/right divergence, often audible as an extremely wide stereo effect.
Correlation values lower than 0 indicate that out-of-phase material is present, which can lead to phase cancelations if the stereo signal is combined into a monaural signal.
View pop-up menu
In the View pop-up menu, choose a horizontal or vertical display and set a size.
Note: You can also set a size by dragging the lower corners of the effect window.