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How to avoid playing the last and firts second of a song

How to avoid playing the last and firts second of a song

FilResto

Hi, I was listening to this playlist(https://open.spotify.com/playlist/37i9dQZF1DX9tPFwDMOaN1?si=13741f0c1bb44286)

and i noticed that this playlist doesn't play the last and first  second of the songs!
Is there a way the use it even in my personal playlist? because i dont find any settings to do that!

 

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Vasil

Hi there @FilResto,

 

Thanks for posting in the Community.


Could you let us know if you're referring to the Gapless, Automix or the Crossfade feature here?
Also please let us know what it is you're trying to achieve as an end result.


We'll be on the lookout for your response.

Many thanks!

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FilResto
it is like crossfade but custom, because every song starts when the singer
starts singing.
So sometimes the song starts after 5 second and sometimes starts after like
13 seconds, it depends when the singer starts to sing.
Which kind of setting is this?

OscarDC

Hey @FilResto,

 

Thank you for keeping in contact and for the clarification.


The option you mention is Automix. This option is just available in some exclusive Spotify playlist and makes a clean transition between songs adjusting the BPM to make it sound as the same song without fading it as Crossfade. You can see how it works anda example playlist in this thread

 

If you want this feature for your playlists too, a similar idea has already been suggested here - We'd recommend taking a look at its Status for more info. Any relevant updates about this will be posted there.


If you have any additional questions, the Community is just one reply away. 

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