Auto Fade-In in preferences

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Auto Fade-In in preferences

Post by yannistzav » Fri May 08, 2015 12:40 pm

This feature is in ProTools and it's making my life easier when working there so I would like to see this feature in Cubase as well.
It's like an automatic tiny fade-in option in the preferences for audio tracks.

When i work in cubase i just use the zero-crossing option but it's not the same.
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Re: Auto Fade-In in preferences

Post by scoredfilms » Sat May 09, 2015 3:31 am

Yannistzav,

One suggestion you can do is add a key command/macro that does this. I haven't really found the macro tools that useful as you can't really code anything for real. But I believe there are some presets in there for fading in audio. If you can assign a short cut, you could at least take out the mouse-work. It would still be a bit monotonous but it would work. I hate tediousness when things should be automatic. So I'm not suggesting this instead of your feature request. Automatic is always better. ;) But hopefully that helps in the meantime!

-Sean

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Re: Auto Fade-In in preferences

Post by yannistzav » Mon May 11, 2015 9:26 am

Thanks for your reply scoredfilms.

I'll give it a try later to see if I can accomplish anything through the macro commands.
By the way when writing loopable music it's a hell given that you always need to zero-cross or apply tiny fades on both sides, that's why i'm so irritated.
If you edit a lot like i have been doing lately, you will see why it is very important to have such a feature automated.
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Re: Auto Fade-In in preferences

Post by peakae » Sun May 17, 2015 12:48 pm

On the inspector click the symbol that looks like a melted X. It's the Auto Fades Settings. Now set them and enable Auto Fade In and Auto Fade Out and use them as Default.
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Re: Auto Fade-In in preferences

Post by yannistzav » Mon May 18, 2015 5:47 pm

Thanks peakae!
I'm so happy Steinberg didn't dissapoint me!
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