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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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It is presented as a medley, but the tunes are cross-faded. Without recording information, it is difficult to know their context.
The four group-potentiometers were slowly cross-faded by hand, one after the other, beginning again and again behind, so that a flowing motion from the back toward the front was brought about.
From 1[feet] 00[inches] until 36[feet] 11[inches] (from 31[feet] continued on Track (1)) two looping motions were alternatingly cross-faded over long spans of time (with the DMP 7), with 2 x 4 potentiometers, directed through two group-potentiometers: