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Dear friends, This is by all means a glitch, so please fix it! If you fade-out a "speed changed" audio clip, the fade applies to the original clip and a total fade is not executed. My case: I delay a clip of my second voice saxophone to 70% in order to match my tempo. I apply fade at the end, to erase smoothly. However, the fade stops at 2/3 and part of audio is cut out. Regards, Takis
Another one.... When you try to fade out an audio clip that it's speed is accelerated (i.e. 120%), fade applies to the non accelerated clip and there is a geographical miss of the effect. Version 8.16, Windows 10. Please check and fix, Regards, Takis
I have recently, on my masters edition of wavepad, used the speed change to speed up a voice recording keeping the pitch unchanged. The speed up worked, the pitch remained unchanged, BUT the result sounded as though it had been recorded inside a giant tin, and was therefore unusable. I have tried again and again and get the same result. I am using a Lewitt 440 lct Mic, focusrite scarlett 2i2 interface and Wavepad software which up until this has been a terrific companion. Help anyone?