In the past, I normally would record my voice overs in Sound Track Pro, or even Garage Band, and would then audio edit inside the respective software, before exporting the narration file to either FCP 7, or Premier Pro.
I’ll go into my audio set up in another tutorial, but if you’re serious about your video production, you should definitely invest in a professional mic. Good audio will make a huge difference in the quality of your final videos. Especially if you’re going to be recording any kind of voice element.
Final Cut Pro X makes recording narration extremely simple. I’m still learning the software, but hope that this helps.
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