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Old 03-25-2014, 12:47 PM
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Default fading out of an effect

hi, if your in an effect for example the telephone effect, how do you fade out of the processed signal back to the normal?, if you have a telephone effect on vocals how do you fade out from the effect being on there to normal vocals?
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Old 03-25-2014, 12:57 PM
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Default Re: fading out of an effect

please don't doable post, you already have a tread on this topic
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Default Re: fading out of an effect

no i dont, im giving the same example, but asking a different question, i know how to make the effect, what im asking now is how do i fade the effect in and out
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By automating the parameters of the plugin you do the effect with, or simply by rendering the telephone effect and then crossfading to the clean version. Gives you less control of how the transition goes, but is the easiest way and should get the job done.
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