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pm@philxmilstein.com



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PostPosted: Sun May 30, 2010 7:52 pm    Post subject: fade down, but not out Reply with quote

Hi, I'm working on formatting some songs to play under a slide show I'll be
giving. I want the songs to begin at full volume, but at a certain point
fade gradually to a much lower level, to allow me to talk over until the
song ends.

I know how to get Amadeus to fade out to 0, but not how to fade down to a
still-audible level. I'm hoping someone can give me a tip or two on how to
achieve that.

Thanks very much,
--Phil M.


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Gerard Bik



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PostPosted: Sun May 30, 2010 8:04 pm    Post subject: fade down, but not out Reply with quote

Hi Phill
The volume envelope is an ideal solution for this. Just pull down the blue line.
See page 8 and 9 of the manual.

Gerard


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Hi, I'm working on formatting some songs to play under a slide show I'll be
giving. I want the songs to begin at full volume, but at a certain point
fade gradually to a much lower level, to allow me to talk over until the
song ends.

I know how to get Amadeus to fade out to 0, but not how to fade down to a
still-audible level. I'm hoping someone can give me a tip or two on how to
achieve that.

Thanks very much,
--Phil M.


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PostPosted: Mon May 31, 2010 8:18 pm    Post subject: fade down, but not out Reply with quote

Thank you -- this suits my needs exactly.

--Phil M.


Dan Eickmeier wrote:

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Hi Phil, what I find has worked for me, and I'm starting to do a lot of
production for podcasts, with AP, is to use the Amplify option under effects,
, and play wtih the fading options in there. HTH
On May 30, 2010, at 2:53 PM, Phil X Milstein wrote:

Quote:
Hi, I'm working on formatting some songs to play under a slide show I'll be
giving. I want the songs to begin at full volume, but at a certain point
fade gradually to a much lower level, to allow me to talk over until the
song ends.

I know how to get Amadeus to fade out to 0, but not how to fade down to a
still-audible level. I'm hoping someone can give me a tip or two on how to
achieve that.

Thanks very much,
--Phil M.


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