Definition of crossfader in English:

crossfader

Pronunciation /ˈkrôsˌfādər/ /ˈkrɔsˌfeɪdər/

noun

  • A device or control used in sound recording or live musical performances to merge multiple audio sources or vary their volumes.

    ‘you can use the crossfader to move between turntable one and the second turntable’
    • ‘Create two sound setups and morph seamlessly between them with the crossfader.’
    • ‘I use the crossfader to blend the sound of my violin with the synths I am playing with the violin.’
    • ‘All the usual mixing tools are present, with pitch control, crossfader effects, and levels.’
    • ‘It includes a 180-degree continuous stereo crossfader that provides both low noise and volume drop-out.’
    • ‘Crossfaders can be great effects controllers, if you do it right.’