By TOM BOWSER
NOTE: For this Quick Start a "clip" is defined as a segment of an audio file.
To quickly add fade in/outs:
Select the clip/s on the track you want to add fades to.
To select a single clip on a track:
- Left click on the bottom half of the clip you want to select. The background of a selected clip will darken. The second snare hit on the image below has been selected.
To select the entire track and all its separate clips:
- Left click in the upper half of the track.
- Press and hold down the Ctrl then the letter "a" key on your keyboard to highlight all the separate clips on the track.
Press and hold down the Ctrl then the f key on your keyboard. The "Batch Fades" window will open. The default 10 millisecond fade in/out setting should be decreased as/if needed to ensure that a fade-in has not removed the transient (beginning) of a selected clip.
- Left click on the "OK" button to automatically add a fade in and a fade out to each separate clip of the track. See image below.