My fadeouts seem to end kinda abruptly.
The very last part doesn't sound smooth, and I can hear the point where the fade ends (from sound to no-sound difference seems too big).
No plugins used, just using either fade on track events or on the main fader, seems like same result.
How can I make smoother fadeouts easily?
Is this audio or midi instruments?
Automating the volume of audio is a way. Maybe some screen shots of what you have setup and what you're wanting to do.
Lot of vids about fade.
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By default, fadeouts are linear. It sounds like you might be happier with an Exponential fade. Grab the handle in the middle of the fadeout and pull it down. It will speed up the beginning of the fade and slow down the end so it will "fade" into silence a bit more subtly.
you might want to check out this:
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mikemanthei wroteBy default, fadeouts are linear. It sounds like you might be happier with an Exponential fade. Grab the handle in the middle of the fadeout and pull it down. It will speed up the beginning of the fade and slow down the end so it will "fade" into silence a bit more subtly.
Yes, that or even create an automation fade. Either way makrelguf, there's different options.
Note: even if your linear simplest fade is ending abruptly, it could be due to a number of things from the input or output gain, impedance, possibly a compressor or some processing as an outside guess. Point being, make sure you are getting smooth fades first, weather they're to your liking or not.
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stefanrauch1 wroteyou might want to check out this:
PurestFade seems to do the trick nicely. Thanks
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