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rickwells



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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2008 9:37 am    Post subject: crossfade tunes Reply with quote

New to Amadeus and running v 1.3.1. How do I apply a crossfade between 2 adjoining pieces of music? I get glitches at the beginning and end of my selected area. Or if I just use the position marker my only option is Loop Crossfade which doesn't appear to have any affect.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2008 3:29 pm    Post subject: crossfade tunes Reply with quote

Fading -- crossfade to left (or to right)

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Gerard Bik



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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2008 3:44 pm    Post subject: crossfade tunes Reply with quote

First select the area you want to crossfade.
Try "to left" and "to right" to know the difference.


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Fading -- crossfade to left (or to right)

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New to Amadeus and running v 1.3.1. How do I apply a crossfade between 2 adjoining pieces of music? I get glitches at the beginning and end of my selected area. Or if I just use the position marker my only option is Loop Crossfade which doesn't appear to have any affect.



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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2008 3:49 pm    Post subject: crossfade tunes Reply with quote

And to avoid glitches, try "Selection>Extend to crossing" Your selection will be adjusted to the nearest zero-crossing.

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First select the area you want to crossfade.
Try "to left" and "to right" to know the difference.


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Fading -- crossfade to left (or to right)

rickwells wrote:
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New to Amadeus and running v 1.3.1. How do I apply a crossfade between 2 adjoining pieces of music? I get glitches at the beginning and end of my selected area. Or if I just use the position marker my only option is Loop Crossfade which doesn't appear to have any affect.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 26, 2008 8:51 pm    Post subject: crossfade Reply with quote

Thanks guys. I was hoping there would be someway I could crossfade from a centre outwards so that the left fades out while at the same pace the right fades in. Is this not different to 'right fade' or 'left fade'. Or am I talking rubbish?
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 27, 2008 4:18 pm    Post subject: crossfade tunes Reply with quote

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Thanks guys. I was hoping there would be someway I could crossfade from a centre outwards so that the left fades out while at the same pace the right fades in. Is this not different to 'right fade' or 'left fade'. Or am I talking rubbish?


I can't tell Wink
Never use the fade left/right. I know what I would do to check it out: take two very different sounds and try the options...
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 28, 2008 10:30 pm    Post subject: Recording cassette/LP audio; external interface desirable? Reply with quote

I want to use Amadeus Pro to capture the audio of LPs and cassettes.
I have a usb turntable for the LPs and a deck for the cassettes.

I have recorded some cassettes directly from deck to iMac and have
been generally satisfied with the results. But I have read that using
an external audio-capture device results in a cleaner signal and
better recording. Is this true? If so, I have my eye on the Edirol
UA-1EX usb audio interface, for less than $100. Would such a device
just sit between the cassette deck and line-in on the computer,
somehow resulting in a better recording than recording without the
device?

Is such a device desirable for recording from the turntable, or is
the fact that the turntable is usb good enough? If desirable, I would
appreciate a recommendation for a device that will enable recording
from both sources.

And if I may drift far from Amadeus, can I get better sound quality
from my external speakers by going through this same device?

Thanks for help.
CP

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CDJonah_alt



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PostPosted: Sun Nov 30, 2008 5:13 pm    Post subject: crossfade tunes Reply with quote

Gerard has the right idea. The way I checked it originally was to take 2
sine waves of different frequencies and doing the crossfade (in those
days, the command didn't have that name). But in practice, try looking
in the manual - page 28 to be exact. I think you will find that this
does what you want.

Chuck

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Thanks guys. I was hoping there would be someway I could crossfade from a centre outwards so that the left fades out while at the same pace the right fades in. Is this not different to 'right fade' or 'left fade'. Or am I talking rubbish?



I can't tell Wink
Never use the fade left/right. I know what I would do to check it out: take two very different sounds and try the options...
regards

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