The Crossfader is a software simulation of a two-channel DJ analog mixer. It outputs the variable mix of two input signals. It provides a gain control and a three-band semi-parametric equalizer for each input channel. It also provides a cross-fader with control over the shape of the decay in volume of the cross-faded signals. It also lets you set the volume and balance of the output signal. The Crossfader offers the most efficient way to adjust the frequency content of two different audio signals and create a smooth transition between them.

Crossfader
Figure 7.15: The Crossfader.

The interface of the Crossfader is divided in three sections: the channels section, the cross-fade section and the master section.

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