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Old 23rd September 2020 | Show parent
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Originally Posted by marco_well View Post
Thread opener: Why do you use equal gain crossfades? Isnt it absolutely basic to use equal power crossfades everywhere?
To be honest, in classical music it doesn't make much difference what types of crossfades are used. The clips are from different takes but the music is the same (we follow a score after all), for that reason I would say that the equal gain crossfade would be better, however the main reason for using crossfades in classical music is only to avoid the joint's clicks, nothing more.
What I am trying to clarify in this thread is how quickly two different DAWs handle the crossfades and due to those extra mouse clicks that must be done in ProTools to achieve the crossfades (and especially to tweak them, if necessary) does not make the work very fast.
But I repeat, I speak only from the point of view of someone who edits classical music.