What Is Crossfade?

- Aug 09, 2018-

Crossfade is a technology that is especially used in pre-production. This technique allows a sound clip to transition smoothly to another sound clip. Some recorders require two tracks to complete the process, one track fades out the sound, and the other track fades the sound. Some only need one track to complete the process of one sound segment fade out while the other sound clip fades in. The control program will now generate a new file containing the mixed transitions of the two sound clips.

Many control programs also allow the user to choose the type of curve in which the first sound segment fades out and the second sound segment fades in. When the selected curve is an idempotent exponential curve, it can ensure that the overall volume does not change significantly during the fade in/out process, that is, the sound transition is more natural in hearing.



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