New Tool (3.0): xfade pow


#1

Lets you create equal power crossfade loops - This means you don’t get the volume dip you normally do with the native crossfade function.
It’s not the best for every kind of sample but it can result in much smoother sounding loops than the native option.
Note that there is a risk of clipping if your source is fully normalized, it’s best to leave a bit of headroom.

The slider sets the start point of the loop. The loop end is fixed at the end of the sample (for now).

Enjoy!


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(Skolskoly) #2

Great!


(Meef Chaloin) #3

What do I do with this file? I can’t drag and drop it and I can’t seem to import it anywhere.


#4

Drag and drop it or double click it.
It should then appear in your tools menu…


(Meef Chaloin) #5

Oh right, I was doing that but it wasn’t working. Downloaded it again and it worked, must have been corrupt or something. Thanks!


(robohymn) #6

This has been very useful; thanks!


(dirtnoise) #7

Awesome powerful tool, absolute beast for mashing togheter samples.


(muckleby) #8

anyone else getting a click on looping?
sound is great otherwise but the click has me resorting to the native feature…


#9

Is this on any sample try or is it on a specific sample?


#10

Just wondering if there are any plans to get this tool into 3.1 (or if there’s still anywhere to download the last version?).

Very interested in trying this and the other tools you’ve made afta8!