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
- Songs in your iTunes library
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.
- Photo Credit Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images
How to Make Techno Music
The success of big name techno acts like Daft Punk, Deadmau5 and Skrillex has inspired a new generation of aspiring DJs to...
How to Create Music Clips on iTunes
ITunes is one of the most popular audio players available, in part because of its compatibility with the iPod. Although most people...
How to Fade Songs on a CD
A fade is a gradual increase or decrease in the volume of an audio track. When one track is decreasing in volume...
How to Fade Music on a PowerPoint
Sometimes, music that is faded in or faded out can go a long way in making a presentation memorable. Unfortunately, Microsoft PowerPoint...
How to Fade the End of a Song With Apple Logic
Learn tips on how to set up a fade out at the end of your song recorded with Apple Logic Pro music...