How Do I Stop Crossfading in MediaMonkey


MediaMonkey is a digital music manager made by Ventis Media. It supports MP3, AAC, OGG, WMA, FLAC, MPC, WAV, CDA, M3U and PLS files. With MediaMonkey, you can organize, play and burn your music. Crossfading is a feature in MediaMonkey that blends the ending of one song with the beginning of another to avoid a gap between the songs while they are playing. The feature can be disabled if desired.

  • Open MediaMonkey and click the "Tools" menu. Then click "Options..."

  • Click "Output Plug-ins" on the left side of the "Options" window under "Player."

  • Select "MediaMonkey DirectSound output" and click "Configure."

  • Uncheck "Crossfade tracks" in the "MediaMonkey DirectSound Output plug-in." Click the "OK" button.

  • Click the "OK" button on the "Options" window to close it and save the changes. Crossfading should now be disabled.

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