Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of crossfade.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of crossfade.

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Examples

  • Euphoria played during the medium level auto-crossfades for the player.

    DJ HERO/BAND HERO Nintendo Wii Reviews – Collider.com

  • And the end of the song right before Jagger smashes the mirror with his gun you can here the bottom end drop out as it crossfades back into the original soundtrack.

    Performance VHS vs. DVD

  • Erimaj - which includes the singer Chris Turner - starts from a more fractured and funk-oriented place: in it you can clearly hear the desire to replicate, in real time and through improvisation, a producer's sampled repetitions, a D.J.'s abrupt crossfades and the wounded or ecstatic falsettos of gospel and R&B.

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  • Alpha crossfades of photos is super smooth, and that was on huge images that were being scaled to fit the screen.

    Original Signal - The best of Web 2.0

  • Alpha crossfades of photos is super smooth, and that was on huge images that were being scaled to fit the screen.

    Original Signal - The best of Web 2.0

  • A slight degradation is noticeable during the opticals, but these tend to be limited to short crossfades.

    Home Theater Forum

  • You can create fades, apply attack/sustain/release (ASR) envelopes and crossfades in a single data window.

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  • Is there a music player software that lets you preset different kinds of crossfades for each track in a playlist?

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  • You can create fades, apply attack/sustain/release (ASR) envelopes and crossfades in a single data window.

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  • Digitize tapes and vinyl records, record live performances, create your own mixes with crossfades, tweak the levels and EQ, apply digital effects, and save in all major file formats with Sound Studio

    MacUpdate - Mac OS X

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