I have been searching a lot for a 1ms autofade option like they have in cubase.
I wasn't able to find a solution on the web, but i did my homework.
And I have found how to create your own macro for this. Maybe a lot of you already knew this, but I tought I would share this.
Go to "Macro's" on the top. click the "wrench" for options and choose "macro organizer".
click new and type "auto" in search bar. you whill see "create autofade length" apear.
double click it so it apears on the right side of the screen. The on the right side double click on length in the section arguments. insert 0.001 for length. this sets it to 1ms. so if you want it longer or shorter change this number.
Give your Macro a name: for example : "create autofade 1ms Macro "
Now go to the shortcuts tab.
Search your macro and add a shortcut of your choise.
hope you like this, I do!
Thanks for sharing!
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