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    Default behavior for crossfade set to all zeroes?

    What is the behavior, exactly, of a region w/ 2 layers and the crossfade paramters set to 0? It seems to work pretty well for non-vibrato/vibrato xfades. Just curious what it\'s doing exactly.

    Thanks!

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    Re: Default behavior for crossfade set to all zeroes?

    eh? both set to 0?

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    Re: Default behavior for crossfade set to all zeroes?

    All crossfade parameters 0, yeah. Open up VOTA Women\'s Choir.. check the xfade params. They\'re all 0. There\'s some default behavior if it\'s all 0. I tried it on my own instrument. I\'m guessing it just takes the # of layers and divides 127 by that, and crossfades everything into equal parts.

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    Re: Default behavior for crossfade set to all zeroes?

    Originally posted by MDesigner:
    All crossfade parameters 0, yeah. Open up VOTA Women\'s Choir.. check the xfade params. They\'re all 0. There\'s some default behavior if it\'s all 0. I tried it on my own instrument. I\'m guessing it just takes the # of layers and divides 127 by that, and crossfades everything into equal parts.
    <font size=\"2\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">A lot of layered instruments, designated as \"cross-faded\", leave you to set up the crossfades yourself, which is simple to do with the crossfade editor

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