Remove Breaths, Filler Words, and Umms with Keyboard Maestro & Final Cut Pro

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I have been in the field for over two decades and have been helping people create amazing videos since 1993.

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In this tutorial, I will show you how to easily remove “Breaths”, “Umms” and filler words with Keyboard Maestro and Final Cut Pro. Something that may normally take 5-10 keyboard shortcuts can be done with 1 single one.

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Also, I was just made aware that for pronouncing Maestro, the ae is more like an I sound, so it is more like My-stro.

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