How to set:

Fade between cuts

Using fade between cuts increases the sound experience, because it makes the cuts less noticeable. That is why we have created the “Fade between cuts” function. The only thing you have to do in NoEdit is to choose the lengths (in milliseconds) of your fade. You can do this by sliding the dot on the line. It really couldn’t be any easier than that.

Fade between cuts in Borbaki NoEdit

Fades between cuts....Easy Peachy

In the Fade between cuts function you can adjust two things:
Fading in, means gradually increasing the volume level from silence to the original sound after a cut.

Fading out, means gradually decreasing the volume level from the original sound to silence after a cut.

💡 Pro tip

A fade-in is normally slightly shorter than its corresponding fade-out. However, to have a smooth result, it would be a great idea to set your fade-in and fade-out at five seconds

Why fade between cuts are important

When it comes to creating a captivating podcast, the quality of your audio plays a crucial role in engaging your audience. One often-overlooked technique that holds immense significance is the strategic use of fades between cuts during the editing process. By incorporating these well-timed fades into your podcast production, you can elevate the overall listening experience, infusing a touch of professionalism that keeps your audience coming back for more. Let’s explore why incorporating fades between cuts is indispensable in the world of podcast editing.

Incorporating sound fades into your podcast cut editing is more than just an artistic choice—it’s a strategic decision that enhances your podcast’s overall quality. By using fades between cuts at least twice, you ensure smooth transitions, add a professional touch, reduce listener fatigue, emphasize important moments, and maintain the desired mood and atmosphere. Elevate your podcast to the next level by harnessing the power of sound fades and watch as your audience grows and remains captivated by your exceptional content.