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    How to make a "fade-in" "fade-out" on FL Studio

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    I usually do this in adobe audition, but I need to make a fade out in just one pad, in the drums for example.

    I know this can be done in the playlist if i'm not wrong,just where i show in this pic

    http://img21.imageshack.us/img21/7562/playlistq.jpg
    Thanks in advance
    Last edited by kidydany46; 12-25-2011 at 06:20 AM.

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    are you trying to do a volume or filter fade?

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    Highlight where you want to fade in/out and then right click on the knob that controls what you want to fade in/out and then click create automation clip. Then, an automation clip will show up where you have the arrow drawn in the pic. From there, you just drag one end up or down. Mess around with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sufim View Post
    Highlight where you want to fade in/out and then right click on the knob that controls what you want to fade in/out and then click create automation clip. Then, an automation clip will show up where you have the arrow drawn in the pic. From there, you just drag one end up or down. Mess around with it.
    That works perfect bro, that's exactly what I wanted, thanks a lot!

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    Thanks a lot dude I was wondering this also.

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    Automation clips are your best friends. One thing to note though, in FL Studio, mute and solo aren't compatible with automation clips so you would have to send the mixer tracks to a subgroup if you want to do some cool arrangements. It's misleading, but "single curve" is the type you want to use when you right click on that glowing dot. There will be a smaller dot in the middle of your clip. That's the intensity. You can click and hold that and move it up and down to tweak the curve. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phortune500 View Post
    Automation clips are your best friends. One thing to note though, in FL Studio, mute and solo aren't compatible with automation clips so you would have to send the mixer tracks to a subgroup if you want to do some cool arrangements. It's misleading, but "single curve" is the type you want to use when you right click on that glowing dot. There will be a smaller dot in the middle of your clip. That's the intensity. You can click and hold that and move it up and down to tweak the curve. Good luck.
    That works perfect bro! thanks

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    you use one sound which you want to fade out, then you go to the control where you see the red line which shows the structure of the sound, then you move the one nob that expands the upper middle line, hope doesn't sound too complicated

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phortune500 View Post
    One thing to note though, in FL Studio, mute and solo aren't compatible with automation clips so you would have to send the mixer tracks to a subgroup if you want to do some cool arrangements.
    What do you mean mute and solo aren't compatible with automation clips? They most certainly are. I have used automation many times to mute. You just right click on the green mute/solo button next to the instrument you want to automate in the sequencer not the mixer. Then just create an automation clip the same way you would anywhere else.
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