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    Quote Originally Posted by LoopCat View Post
    Another good one is to filter the first track for 4 or so bars and then bring the second one in filtered as well, hold them in the mix for a bit and then slowly reduce the amount on track 2 to 0 and then reduce the volume slightly on the first track, hold them in the mix for a few more bars reducing the volume on track 1 to 0 on the first break down or change on track 2.
    I like this! Never thought to filter both tracks. Thank you, sir!
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    FILTER. Reverb, Delay.
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    T3-Delay to fade out of a track or activated while constantly fade in some stabs with cue-points is a great way to get into a track. Also as many mentioned filters are a great way to fade in and out of tracks.

    If you want to get into effect-chains try to look up Ean's new Video on or check the Ultimate FX-Thread on this forum.
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