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fader

[′fād·ər]
(electronics)
A multiple-unit level control used for gradual changeover from one microphone, audio channel, or television camera to another.
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Launched in 1999 and founded by Rob Stone and Jon Cohen, The FADER is an award-winning, ahead-of-the-curve music, style, and culture publication and the unofficial guide to what's next in music.
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The FADER Fort Presented by Converse and Converse X Thrasher Magazine Death Match to Take Place March 18-21
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