Auto-split on crossfade

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Auto-split on crossfade

Postby FabEthan on 07 Aug 2016, 09:14


:idea: it would be nice to have the feature "Auto-split on crossfade" into separated files when recording. :D

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Re: Auto-split on crossfade

Postby daniel clark on 07 Aug 2016, 13:07

:neutral: just explain what you are asking for ,, give info please /seems vauge ,, :cool:
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Re: Auto-split on crossfade

Postby RoJeC on 07 Aug 2016, 15:34

How I read it..

You use Cross to have a smooth transition while Cross fading....

Then cut the transition at some point during the transition...

Seems like you get the original track with a transition that's cut off... both the beginning as the end....

Would be really interesting to know what your objective is...


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Re: Auto-split on crossfade

Postby DJ Vintage on 08 Aug 2016, 15:38

My guess is he wants a marker set in the recorded set each time you use the crossfader. Which is nice if you do a lot of work on your recorded set afterwards (for mixtape purposes or something). Or if you want to put your mix out and want people to be able to jump forward in the mix track by track.

Personally I don't use a cross-fader, have much more control with both channel faders than with the x-fader. Clearly if you scratch the crossfader is the place to go.
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Re: Auto-split on crossfade

Postby FigDJ on 08 Aug 2016, 16:31

This is actually MIDI mapable in controllers that have "fader start" hardware addresses like the DDJ-SR,SX,SX2,SZ,RR,RX,RZ.
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