cross-fade


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cross-fade

[′krȯs ‚fād]
(engineering acoustics)
In dubbing, the overlapping of two sound tracks, wherein the outgoing track fades out while the incoming track fades in.
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So here come the staggering range of oddball voices and bad-joke names popping out of corners of the audio image; the dissolves and cross-fades and collages and jump-cuts mimicking channel-surfing; the endless reams of wince-able puns.
Let's face it, nobody wanted to hear us jam, so instead we could use collages, black-outs, edits, and cross-fades, take the inspired bits and mix in the voodoo jetplanes and Godzilla.