To add these, select an audio cue and click on the Time & Loops tab. This show’s you the audio cue’s wave form; volume over time. On the right, enable the “Use integrated fade” check box. Now see a yellow line across the waveform with a yellow circle on each end. If you click at any point on this yellow line, a new circle will appear; this is called a fade envelope. Drag it to adjust the volume (notice that the amount of change in dB is displayed as you drag). Press delete to get rid of the volume envelope.
In this file, I would like to lower the volume for the bridge of this song, so I’ll add a point at the beginning and end of the bridge. You’ll notice that this creates a fade that is far too long. So I’ll add two more points closer to bridge to help shorten these fade times.
Sometimes it helps to zoom in closer to get more exact. If I want to try it out, I preview the integrated fade by clicking in the waveform, a little before the fade, and pressing the preview button here. Click again to rewind and listen again.
Create a smooth fade for the song from the previous lessons. This time, instead of using a fade cue, use the integrated fade tool and fade envelopes.
Were You Listening?
What it displayed in the Time & Loops tab?
The audio cue’s wave form.