"gain" command can have gradual increase like "fadeto" has

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I3ordo
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"gain" command can have gradual increase like "fadeto" has

Postby I3ordo » Thu Nov 14, 2019 11:59 am

Hello VB Audio!

Currently I am using audio ducking like this:
On
Strip(7).fadeto = (-35.0,50);

off:

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Strip(7).fadeto = (-10,1600);


--But if you modify the limiter volume, it will return to the "-10"

I wonder if "fadeto" can work like the way below:

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Strip(7).fadeto = currentlevel (-25,1000); --Strip7 will decrease its volume by 25 in 1000 ms.


i know that:

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Strip(7).gain -= 25--but this is so sudden so what i am searching for is gain - with fading.



Or is there already an existing solution at the moment?

Vincent Burel
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Re: "gain" command can have gradual increase like "fadeto" has

Postby Vincent Burel » Fri Nov 15, 2019 7:54 am

maybe i could create an instruction like this:
Strip(7).fadeFrom = (-10.0, 1000);
decreasing the Strip(7) level by 10dB in 1 second...

will think about...

I3ordo
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Re: "gain" command can have gradual increase like "fadeto" has

Postby I3ordo » Mon Nov 18, 2019 4:07 pm

Hello Mr VB,

maybe, it can be just "gain" but with added "fade" behaviour.

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Strip(7).gain = (-25,600)--subtract 25db in 600ms

I3ordo
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Re: "gain" command can have gradual increase like "fadeto" has

Postby I3ordo » Fri May 15, 2020 9:37 pm

Can i expect any good news about this in near future?

Vincent Burel
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Re: "gain" command can have gradual increase like "fadeto" has

Postby Vincent Burel » Fri May 22, 2020 8:50 am

yes, we have implemented FadeBy instruction:

Example:
Strip(7).FadeBy = (-10, 1000); //remove 10 dB in 1 second to the current level of strip(7)


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