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Studio One won't create autofades

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asked Dec 17, 2016 in Studio One 3 by collinbazzell (1,560 points)
Sometimes, I'll select a section of an audio track and click "create autofade", but nothing happens. Sometimes it works, and sometimes it doesn't, and I can't figure out why. Some sections of tracks will let me create autofades, and some won't. I have tried restarting but it doesn't help.

Dell Latitude E6530 @ 2.70GHz, 16GB RAM

Windows 10 Pro

Studio One 3 Artist

Focusrite Scarlett 18i8, Focusrite Control v2.1.5

No mixer

2 Answers

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answered Jan 26, 2017 by PreSonuSupt4 (220,900 points)
It works reliably here on Windows using SHIFT+X.

It will only work on audio clips, not audio parts.
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answered Jul 15, 2018 by ionian (1,940 points)
I was just dealing with this very frustrating bug.  It will autofade certain audio events and then all of a sudden there'll be a specific event that it refuses to fade.  What I have noticed as well is that these specific events also lack fade handles also - so you can't even fade them manually.  Usually I want to use autofades to fix clicks when editing tracks.  Here's the workaround I've been using to get around this bug.  

I make the edit and bounce/glue it into a single event, with the click happening at the edit point.  Then I re-split the track at the edit point and then autofade will work/fade handles appear.  Then I can autofade which eliminates the click.