How to Make Music Fade on iTunes


ITunes is a media management and player from Apple. When you add songs to your iTunes library and select them for playback, they will play back-to-back until you press the "Pause" button. By default, iTunes plays each song in its entirety before starting playback on the next song in the list. However, you can set iTunes to fade songs from one to another such that the end of one song will gradually decrease in volume as the beginning of the next song gradually increases in volume. You can also adjust how quickly or gradually this "crossfade" occurs.

Things You'll Need

  • iTunes
  • Songs in your iTunes library
  • Open iTunes.

  • Click "Edit" in the menu bar at the top of iTunes and select "Preferences."

  • Click the "Playback" icon at the top of the "Preferences" dialog that appears.

  • Check the box next to "Crossfade Songs."

  • Click and drag the marker next to "Crossfade Songs" left or right to adjust the number of seconds songs will crossfade. You can select one second, 12 seconds or any number of seconds in-between.

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