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    Maybe I'm just overlooking something but is there a way to "reshape" the curve manually on say a fade in? I don't mean right clicking and choosing a shape, but taken one of those shapes and dragging it into a different shape at any point on the curve?

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckkillr8 View Post
    Maybe I'm just overlooking something but is there a way to "reshape" the curve manually on say a fade in? I don't mean right clicking and choosing a shape, but taken one of those shapes and dragging it into a different shape at any point on the curve?
    This is as close as i have come....

    Right click and find where the menu or a sub-menu allows you to select, show track volume envelope. It will put a yellow line through the whole track. You can then click on it and put movable nodes anywhere you want. Then you can draw your fade in/out, or volume change anywhere you want. The only thing is there isn't a curve available afaik, so its all going to be made of straight lines. That said, it has seemed to work fine for me so far.

    You can also do this for a take so the envelope goes with the take if you move it around.

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    Thanks. I was beginning to think that's the only way to do it.

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    Just thought of another one. Is there any way to fade out then back in a section in let's say the middle of a track? Without having to split the section up and crossfade things in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckkillr8 View Post
    Just thought of another one. Is there any way to fade out then back in a section in let's say the middle of a track? Without having to split the section up and crossfade things in?
    See above post about track volume envelope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaws View Post
    See above post about track volume envelope.
    Guess I should of mentioned without having to do the volume envelope trick.

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