asked Mar 19 '15 at 07:22 by JuChanMusic (11)

Whenever I bounced one section of a file, and then I duplicate it, then what happens is that whenever two clips are right next to each other, there is a pop. Even if I used a fade which I cannot even control the length of it, there is still a pop. This is really getting annoying, and I hope there is something to solve this.

Hello, the way you can solve it now is to draw a quick fade in/out beginning and end of the clip with a gain curve. Do that before you duplicate and you only have to do it once.


answered Mar 19 '15 at 13:16 by fredrik (176)

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Asked: Mar 19 '15 at 07:22

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