When splitting clips as a result of comping, Cakewalk automatically adds a short crossfade between abutting takes. In order to create a crossfade, clip boundaries must occur at the exact same position on the time line. You can manually adjust the duration of each crossfade by dragging the crossfade up/down in a Take lane.To adjust a crossfade duration, hold down the CTRL key and position the mouse pointer near the bottom where two clips abut. When the mouse pointer looks like , drag up or down to increase or decrease the crossfade duration.
1. Go to Edit > Preferences > Customization - Editing.
2. Under Clips, specify the Auto Crossfade Comps (0-25ms) value.
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