Is the fades are saved when I consolidate couple audio files ?

Ok, let's say I've just edit a bass part in one track.

Loads of audio file is resulting, I've made all fades on them and want to consolidate them  into one audio file. Fades are saved ?




akninganing 5 years ago | 0 comments

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  • michael.j.mclaughlin20
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    If you do this, then the fades will actually be embedded into the audio of the track that you are consolidating. this means that you will no longer have access to automating those fades, but you will have the fades embedded in the actual audio. So, in effect, yes, they will be saved, but at the same time, no you will not be able to change them. I would recommend not putting in fades, and just living with the chopped up audio because it does not add any extra processing, or you can just duplicate the track, and mute one of them, while you consolidate the other. Just a suggestion.

    5 years ago | 1 comment

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