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Original Message 1/13             26-May-04  @  11:40 PM   -   Cross fade

Lloyd Duddley

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Only meee! trying to create a cross fade between two audio parts in Logic 5.5. When I select the square fader icon to do it, the menu above does not show me where I can change between fade in/out/X etc. IS there a way to do it as sometimes it does appear, sometimes not. Thanks dudes L.Dudley



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Message 2/13             27-May-04  @  10:58 AM   -   RE: Cross fade

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cant you just use the volume envelopes to make a crossfade ? (track automation)

I dont understand the problem.... "square fader icon" ?...



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Message 3/13             27-May-04  @  11:40 AM   -   RE: Cross fade

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to make a crossfade your audio parts have to overlap slightly, and if not it'll just do a fade in/out accordingly.



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Message 4/13             27-May-04  @  12:26 PM   -   RE: Cross fade

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well yeah, but i dont get what he means about this 'square fader icon'

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Message 5/13             27-May-04  @  02:24 PM     Edit: 27-May-04  |  02:24 PM   -   RE: Cross fade

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volume automation on two track fade, like k said, would allow fuller control of how you want the fade no, even if you can do croossfades within logic?



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Message 6/13             27-May-04  @  05:38 PM   -   RE: Cross fade

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k, he meant the fade tool icon, which is square by shape, or so i believe...  



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Message 7/13             27-May-04  @  11:28 PM   -   RE: Cross fade

Lloyd Duddley

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Yes sorry, that is what I meant. Sometimes when you select it (seems to be when you've already faded in or out one part), a menu above allows you to toggle between the type of fade such as in/out/X etc. Yeah I could use automation it's just that I wanted to figure this out as it is puzzling me.



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Message 8/13             28-May-04  @  12:30 AM   -   RE: Cross fade

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has anyone noticed that irritating glitch in Logic - when you FIRST go to add an envelope (any envleope) - you cannot create a 'node' with the arrow tool until you first create at least ONE node with the node tool - after that, clicking on the level-line with the normal arrow tool, creates a node just the same...

grrrrrrrrrrrrr



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Message 9/13             28-May-04  @  01:03 AM   -   RE: Cross fade

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err, surely you use a fade out on the end of a clip, fade in on the start and x-fade when you have 2 clips ovelapping? where's the choice?

i find the automation really shit for fades, well ,really shit overall - it's come up before, but without a "trim" it's useless for mixing as far as i'm concerned.



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Message 10/13             28-May-04  @  05:59 AM   -   RE: Cross fade

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wow, editing audio in logic sure sounds like a royal pain in the ass to me...



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