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Difference between constant gain and constant power? (and a suggestion)

Engaged ,
Jan 14, 2019

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for those of us mere mortals, whats the difference between constant gain and constant power?

id like to suggest that a more intuitive term for this would be "crossfade"

and as a feature suggestion, i would be highly intuitive to be able to apply this by simply selecting the two audio clips and hitting "X" on the keyboard to apply it

i have seen it in some Audio DAWs and it works well.

thanks

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Difference between constant gain and constant power? (and a suggestion)

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for those of us mere mortals, whats the difference between constant gain and constant power?

id like to suggest that a more intuitive term for this would be "crossfade"

and as a feature suggestion, i would be highly intuitive to be able to apply this by simply selecting the two audio clips and hitting "X" on the keyboard to apply it

i have seen it in some Audio DAWs and it works well.

thanks

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This page is the top search result from your link but thanks

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LEGEND ,
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as a feature suggestion

You can do that below.

Adobe video & audio apps

But Premiere Pro can already apply transitions to a group of selected clips.

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djmattyz  wrote

and as a feature suggestion, i would be highly intuitive to be able to apply this by simply selecting the two audio clips and hitting "X" on the keyboard to apply it

Select the cut point between the two audio clips and press Shift + D.

MtD

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