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I just downloaded the app but can't seem to figure out how to have regular fade-out without crossfade. I set up the crossfade to 2000 ms and I like the fade-out it gives when I skip songs. But I don't like having the next song play over the outgoing song and the fading in it does. Basically I'd like to have the current song fade-out over two seconds when I skip and the next song start without any fade-in and without playing over the previous song.
There have been several requests for an improved Crossfade feature. It is described as a "Radio Fade" or "Segue" As the first song ends it fades out. During the fade out the next song starts at full or nearly full volume. This is the preferred method. When the second song fades in the first few bars of music is inaudible. This is especially disconcerting when the song begins with lyrics without musical introduction pryor to the vocals. The lyrics are lost. The attached photo is a screen shot from the SQR Crossfade pluggin for the old Winamp program. It has all the necessary options and controls to customize the Crossfade to perfection. It is my hope that you will alow such customization within the Crossfade portion of your app. Please consider my request.
For a more dynamic listening experience, a crossfade option to let Poweramp analyze the current track to find where the song ends. Starting at that point to apply the crossfade in the desired lenght to the next one. But for the next one also analyze it to detect if there is any initial silence (gap), to remove it and start playing the song right there. WITHOUT THE FADE IN EFFCT. Just aplying the FADE out from the previous track. Both for manual and automatic track change.
IF I set the sleep timer (+play last song til end) AND crossfade is set - let's say to 8 secs, THEN the sleep timer stops the last song 8 secs before end abrupt. I think it should play the last 8 secs fading out til end - because this is what a sleep timer should do, right? Best, Marinorama