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  • n. Plural form of fader.


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  • It appears that using the EMULATOR software you can set parameters to effects, as well as various controls to all sorts of knobs and faders, which is absolutely essential in today's

    Yahoo! News: Technology News

  • Oh well … I think the faders are the cure for what ails us.

    Mile High Report

  • Setting up in a soft chair on casters behind his huge, old-school SSL4000G+ mixing console, with its array of faders, knobs and cables, the thin, youthful 58-year-old takes digital files recorded elsewhere and gets to work altering the sound of instruments, including voice, across an entire performance or only for a beat or a bar.

    Wizard of the Rock 'n' Roll Mix

  • "Once you open the faders," he says, referring to turning up the microphones, "you can hear an incredible ambience."

    Abbey Road and the Day Studio Music Died

  • There are exceptions, but not a lot of them, where the front runner went to the finals, but, leading back into the 50s, there are far more faders than winners.

    Voting again for Carter II

  • “Yeah, sure,” Cain said and began setting up the faders for a playback.


  • Laird Barron's Journal cut you down if you touch the faders/get loose!

    Book List 2008

  • Using the JazzEditor application running on your choice of Mac or Windows, you drag and drop switches, faders, and other objects into an exact simulation of the Lemur's screen.

    Boing Boing

  • It'd probably be a bit more joyous if Mof learnt how to use his faders properly, but that aside, Mof's playing out of his skin.

    Babysitting Hecklerspray: A brief hello from your new master, Mof Gimmers

  • Andy from AAE on bass on a couple of tracks and Dare on the faders.



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