crossfade

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

cross- +‎ fade

Noun[edit]

crossfade (plural crossfades)

  1. A fade in which the volume of one audio track is lowered as that of another is raised.

Verb[edit]

crossfade (third-person singular simple present crossfades, present participle crossfading, simple past and past participle crossfaded)

  1. To lower the volume of one audio track while raising that of another, so that they blend together.

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