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Hi everyone I've been a long-time fan of the free Vinyl plug-in by Izotope (https://www.izotope.com/en/products/vinyl.html) for lo-fi effects I'm working on a track where I want only part of the song to use Vinyl. So I put Vinyl into an FX Chain in the Master Pro Channel, and then automated the chain's on/off button. But this results in a bit of a click every time it goes on/off. I'd rather take a beat or two to fade-in/fade-out the lo-fi effect. Any suggestions on how to do this? In Vinyl, there is only a bypass switch, there's no mix knob to automate. Thanks! Neel
https://soundcloud.com/eve_ripper/disciplina-medicina-stolen-voice All right, I'll share with you our new song. It's a long story how it was done... Like I had my old project ressurected with new people. We decided to try fully chaotic DIY method. It sounds like NIN, shoegaze, some 90s noisy industrial things. I hope you'll enjoy it) fanlink: https://fanlink.to/dmstolenvoice