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Chapter 8. Basic Audio Editing > Creating a Fade-In

Creating a Fade-In

All music and sound production uses effects called fades. A fade-in takes a sound from a lower level and raises it in volume so that it can be heard. A fade-out takes a sound that is playing and decreases its volume until it is not heard. Most people notice fades only when a full mix is faded out at the end of a song on, say, a CD, but parts are faded in and out of mixes constantly.

Cubase has many ways to create fades. One very graphical way to create fades is to use the mouse in the Project window to fade individual events in and out. Only events can be faded in this way. If you need to fade a part, you probably should do that when you are mixing the project.


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