I have a lot of very simple crossfades to make: continuous steady tones, almost identical on both sides of the edit. No matter how I crossfade, I get very noticeable bumps in volume, plus phasing-type arftefacts. In the DAW’s I’ve used previously, DP and PT, these fades would be totally trivial: these kinds of sounds are so easy to crossfade that I could have just made any random-length selections in the cuts, pressed XFade and be satisfied with the result. Not so with Cubase 7. Is the crossfade function exceptionally poor in Cubase (I remember it was quite erratic in the early 1990’s versions), or am I missing something?
‘Snap to zero crossing’ is not enough for these edits.
Any tips appreciated. There are so many edits like this that I have to do that mixing manually on multiple tracks is out of the question.