Old 16th January 2009, 15:41   #1
KaiserD2
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How playlist tracks "fade out"

I use winamp to play a vast .wav library of classical music. The player has an unfortunate habit, rather like its own "fade-out" routine for the end of a track. The movement ends, there's a pause of a fraction of a second, and then you hear the last note again. I posted this question a couple of years ago and got an answer that I was not able to apply successfully as to how to stop this; then I got distracted. Please tell me how I can turn this feature off? Thanks.

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Old 16th January 2009, 21:40   #2
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Turn off crossfading in either the equaliser (if the skin provides the option) or in the out_ds config: Prefs -> Plugins -> Output -> configure "Nullsoft DirectSound Output" -> Fading tab

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Old 20th January 2009, 13:32   #3
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Turn off crossfading in either the equaliser (if the skin provides the option) or in the out_ds config: Prefs -> Plugins -> Output -> configure "Nullsoft DirectSound Output" -> Fading tab
I followed those instructions, but all I could see to do was to reduce the default fade length to 0 ms. That shows fade for end of song disabled, but I still hear that last noted repeated. Oddly, nothing like this happens when I'm playing a rock and roll mp3 track--just my own remastered ones. Please advise.

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