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Maximum ToleranceMaximum ToleranceJoined: Mon May 28, 2018 7:39 amPosts: 2

I know that Gale is very keen on a "Pro Fade In" effect to balance the "Pro Fade Out" effect.
Anyone reading this and the other "Pro Fade" thread will know that my reservation about a "Pro Fade In" effect is because I tend to use different fade "shapes" according to the type of material, the duration of the fade, and the kind of effect that I'm wanting to achieve.
However, I've been giving this some thought and testing various types of fade-ins.
The thing that makes "Pro Fade Out" stand out is that it is a one click effect that produces a very nice musical fade out that is well suited for fading out most types of music. The big question: is there a particular fade-in effect that has similar universal appeal?

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

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