The gradual mix of sound sources accomplished by the simultaneous manipulation of two or more mix console faders. (Post Production)
Typically used during audio mixing this term refers to the fade in and fade out of one audio track to another.
Fade out of one element while simultaneously introducing another.
Lowering the volume of the preceding audio clip while raising the volume of the following clip at the same time, with the aim of easing abrupt transitions between the two.

Audio and video glossary. 2014.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Crossfade — Жанр хард рок пост гранж альтернативный рок Годы c 1999 по настоящее время …   Википедия

  • Crossfade — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Crossfade es una banda de hard rock que se originó en Columbia, Carolina del Sur, Estados Unidos en donde residen sus miembros. El grupo se encuentra formado por el cantante y guitarrista Ed Sloan, el cantante y… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Crossfade — Pays d’origine Columbia  États Unis Genre musical Post grunge / Hard rock Années d activité …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Crossfade — may refer to: Crossfade (audio engineering), an audio mixing technique Crossfade (band), a post grunge/hard rock band from South Carolina Crossfade (album), their debut album Crossfade (Swedish band), a Swedish rock pop band Crossfade (The Remix… …   Wikipedia

  • Crossfade — ist die Bezeichnung für: einen Überblender als regelbaren Widerstand bei einem Mischpult, siehe Crossfader eine amerikanische Post Grunge und Hard Rock Band, siehe Crossfade (Band) der englische Begriff für eine Überblendung im Film …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • crossfade — 1. noun A fade in which the volume of one audio track is lowered as that of another is raised. 2. verb To lower the volume of one audio track while raising that of another, so that they blend together …   Wiktionary

  • crossfade — v. fade out one image or sound while simultaneously fading in a second image or sound (Television, Film) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • crossfade — WikiB The technique where a DJ, producer or engineer fades out the out going track at the same time as fading in the new track …   Audio and video glossary

  • Crossfade (band) — Crossfade Background information Origin Columbia, South Carolina Genres Hard rock …   Wikipedia

  • Crossfade (album) — Crossfade Studio album by Crossfade Released April 13, 2004 …   Wikipedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.