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Old 08-01-2021, 11:17 PM
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Default Crossfade X-Fade waveform graphic bug

2021.6 incorrectly draws the crossfade in the edit window waveform display. The waveform appearance drops in amplitude while the audio plays as expected.

Attached is a simple demonstration. A continuous sine wave clip is separated then crossfaded. The crossfade waveform draw in the bottom track should appear the same as the corresponding area in the top track.

I remember this same bug from a release around PT9 which was immediately fixed.

It's important to have the graphic accurately represent the faded audio. Seeing the phase result correctly helps to get the crossfade to sound smooth.

I'm not sure if this bug happened in 2021.3. (I upgraded from 2020.11 which was fine).
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