stevethefiddle wrote:Use the "Envelope" tool?
stevethefiddle wrote:I think there is a feature request for an improvement to this, so I presume that you would like your vote adding to it?
* When setting control points, have in Status Bar or tooltip the gain amount and position in the timeline. (2 votes)
* separate mouse click e.g. ALT + click for adding control point without adjusting envelope. At the moment, clicking adds a control point and drags. If you are far from a control point and want to tweak the envelope, but don't want to add a new control point, you need to go back to the control point. (1 vote)
* Linear envelope editing When using the envelope tool, the applied fades are concave curves (logarithmic fades?). If I want to make a linear fade using the envelope tool, I need to create multiple small fades to create an envelope that approximates to a straight line. I think that it would be a useful feature if Audacity could apply different shaped envelopes, perhaps using "Shift" + drag for linear envelopes and "Ctrl" + drag for inverse envelopes.
* Better control for Envelopes:
o Hold down CTRL button and click on Envelope creates a control point but doesn't alter the envelope (it currently starts dragging the envelope straight away which isn't very helpful)
o Hold down ALT key and drag between two envelope points to move only that section up or down (the two above points are handy for changing the volume of a section of audio without having to drag individual points around).
o Modifier keys to select moving the envelope point in either the horizontal or the
mschnell wrote:I feel that the suggestions for improving the way to do envelope definitions are quite independent from what I would need for crossfading.
mschnell wrote:There should be a way to edit the cossfade aera (stretch and move):
mschnell wrote:Downside: When using this type of crossfading, you can't use the "envelope" feature for other stuff in this project.
mschnell wrote:Some kind of "fader automation track" (similar to or integrated with the time track) could be introduced.
In this track, you can define "fader automation points in time". Each of these points defines a "fader position" (in dB, lower or equal zero)
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