When I make short little loops of like one bar,
and when I render with tail> cut remainder,
there is consistently a barely noticeable click/pop
at the end of the loop.
Upon close inspection of the end of the loop waveform
I notice FL did not bring the very end of the loop
down to "Zero crossing".
When I manually edit the very last bit of the rendered loop
by fading it out to 0, then save the edited wav,
it then loops fine with no click/pop at the end.
So my question is,
How to get cut remainder to bring the very end
of the wav render down to 0, like "Zero crossing"?
I need cut remainder, not wrap or leave remainder.
Thanks for any ideas.
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I think it's intended - so that the loop would ...
All great ideas to achieve the result I want. ...
Oh, maybe something like this. I've never heard...
My personal opinion is that "leave reminder/wra...
Okay, good to know. Thanks for the ideas.