Gale Andrews wrote:The attached cut out of a pop song always returns "did not return audio" or "returned <number>" with both target fades.
Gale Andrews wrote:Can you explain more about why the user window size is needed (and if a duration minimum of 1 second is needed)?
stevethefiddle wrote:The "Simple Target Fade" uses a small window size that is set to 50 milliseconds - which is just about enough to capture the amplitude of a full cycle of the waveform for all but extreme bass frequencies. This works great with simple test tones, but if you are selecting an entire track (in the real world) there is a high probability that the first and last 50 milliseconds will be silent.
Gale Andrews wrote:I think I've also gathered that the "Period" variant will continue to (visibly) attenuate the equal amplitude tone if there is still some audio in the window length chosen that is above the target level... even though that pushes the start or end of the audio below the target level. Correct?
Gale Andrews wrote:I still think that's kind of unexpected; is it more useful with real world music to go straight to the position where there is no audio in the window length above the target
Gale Andrews wrote:Is the "Period" version amplifying more than it should?
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