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    Tel
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    iTunes Crossfade
    I use iTunes party shuffle quite a lot and I use the crossfade obviously to make the transitions a lot nicer, but for some tracks I would like to cut part of the end off but I cant figure out a way to skip to the next track and crossfade it. When ever I click the next track button it just skips to the next track with no fade, I'd much rather that it would fade to the next track.

    Does anyone know of a way to do this, or perhaps recomend a free program that will allow me to do this, I know that MegaSeg can do this but that costs $200.

    Thanks for anyhelp.

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    In iTunes, control-click on the song, Get Info, Options near the top, click the Stop Time box, and enter in the time that you would like the song to end.

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    Tel
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    Cheers, that helps a lot, but I wish there was a way to do it on the fly and set it to the current time. Would it be possible to get a script to do this for me?

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