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Nuendo® 5 Power!: The Comprehensive Guide by Ashley Shepherd

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Crossfades

Crossfades allow two overlapping audio events to be blended together on one audio track. A fade out is created on the first event while a fade in is created on the second event, both occurring at the same time, which results in a smooth transition from one event to the next.

The easiest way to create a crossfade is to select two audio events that are next to each other and press the X key. This is the default key command for creating crossfades between selected events and is found under the Audio menu. The selected events can be overlapped, adjacent, or even separated by a small amount, and a crossfade will be created between them. The length of the crossfade is determined by how far the two events are overlapped. If they are merely ...

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