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Chapter 8.  Working Magic  >  Cross-Fading Playback with iTunes

Cross-Fading Playback with iTunes

You can fade the ending of one song into the beginning of the next one to slightly overlap songs, just like a radio DJ. iTunes is set to have a short cross-fade—a short amount of time between the end of the fade of the first song and the start of the fade of the second song. If you’re playing songs on an iPod connected to your Mac, and songs from your iTunes library on your hard disk (or even a second iPod, both connected to your Mac), your songs will cross-fade automatically.

You can change this cross-fade setting by choosing iTunes>Preferences and then clicking the Effects button, as shown in Figure 8.26. You can turn the Crossfade Playback option on or off, and increase or decrease the amount of the cross-fade.


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