Fade in or fade out
1, Click the File>Open in main menu.
to time scale in the foot of the waveform, select a start
time and click on (You should better click on the near middle
of two channels in waveform, because whichever you click the
above channel or underneath, you just get a single time scale
what you clicked.).
3, Drag you pointer to a time
scale what you want to finished. If you can not get a time
or sample scale exactly, you can input the number of time or
sample in Edit Box of “Selection” on the right corner. If “Selection”
can not appear on the upper right corner, you can get it from
View > Panels> Selection in main bar.
4, Click Transform>Fade
(In / out) in the “Effect” panel. Next click “Apply”.
5, Finished fade music in with a parameter from Start 0%
to End 100%. You also can input the number of time or sample
in Fade Box that you need. If you like return to your operation,
you just click Edit>Undo in main menu.
the start parameter as 50% and End parameter as 100%, that means
the parameter of starting sound is half of original’s whereas
the Ending sound same as original’s. If you assume the starting
parameter of sound as 0, the sound will start stronger and stronger
from the beginning parameter 0. If the parameter over 100%,
the sound will become stronger than before whichever you are
Fade music in or out.
7, When you want to fade music
out, you can input the number of time or scale from Start 0%
to End 100% in Fade Box. Of cause you should keep the Start
parameter bigger than the End. At the moment, the sound will
turn softer and softer until finishing.
as the sound parameter in the End of Fade music in or the Start
of Fade music out)
For instance, you fade music in from
20% to 100%, you can input the number of parameter in Fade Box
following: (Reverse to fade music out)
Fade in Start
(%) 20 End (%) 100
The wave data will be linearly faded
from the starting magnitude Start to the ending magnitude End.
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