Crossfade trajectories

Each transition automatically crossfades from the old song into the new song. The cross fader type can be chosen by opening the transition segment and then tapping on the button. The crossfader type can be set for the incoming (right section) and the outgoing song (left section). Both track are then merged either by simply adding them together or by mixing their partials.

turns on or off the partials mixing.

Volume and panning

a straightforward volume fade.

a volume fade that start (or stops) halfway the transition.

no volume modification is applied

Aside from these there are panning fades

Pan track out to the right

Pan track in from the left

Pan track out to the left

Pan track in from the right

Spectrum modifcations

Do not apply any filtering to the track

Apply a lowpass or highpass filter

The cutoff frequency of the filter can be set in the slider below the buttons.

sweep the cutoff frequency of the filter during the transition. The stop cutoff frequency and cutofffrequency in the middle of the transition can be set in two extra sliders.

The filters are isomorphic in the sense that if the start, stop and bend parameters are the same for the incoming and the oitgoing section then the overall frequency response will be flat.


In the desktop version, a template button is presetn top right in the transition panel. By using this button it is possible to retrieve some quick templates

This crossfader type simply decreases the volume of the old song while at the same time it increases the volume of the new song.

Sets the partials mixer on and chooses the appropriate volume faders.

Throws the two songs together but does not crossfade a thing. Either you want to play the two song directly over each other (The old has a natural ending and the new has a natural intro), or you want to do the fading yourself through the effect pads.

The spectral cross fader will during a transition slowly remove the high tones of the old song by lowering the cutoff frequency. At the same time the new song starts out with a high-pass filter at a very high frequency, (thus only the highs are audible). The second filter its cutoff is lowered in sync with the first one, thereby bringing in more and more energy of the new song into the mix. The second one is the opposite and will bring in the low frequencies first.

This crossfader brings in the new song from the left, moving away the old song until it is in the center, at which point the left speaker plays the new song and the right speaker plays the old song. Then it continuous to push out the old song by taking over the right speaker. The second filter goes the opposite direction.