Utilizing fades and crossfades


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Utilizing fades and crossfades

To create smooth edits while editing audio regions in Pro Tools, you should utilize Fades and Crossfades at most region beginnings and endings. Fades and Crossfades are used to prevent pops, clicks, and sudden changes in sound at region boundaries, as well as to smooth transitions between regions, and create special audio effects. Let's listen to where we need to apply some Fades and Crossfades. Let me start by playing into this region here and you are going to hear a click right at the very beginning.

(Music playing.) It's a kind of minor, but listen for it again here. (Music playing.) You'll also here the difference from when it goes from having sound here on the track to no sound. It's kind of a stark difference. (Music playing.). We can use a fade-in and a fade-out here to go from zero volume to full volume on the track, and then back here full volume down to zero. Let's look at where we would need a crossfade. Between these two regions, you're going to hea...

Utilizing fades and crossfades
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Utilizing fades and crossfades provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by David Franz as part of the Pro Tools 8 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Pro Tools
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