Fader

The control knob or slide that provides the means of controlling the output level of a lantern or amplifier.

Fader

Feature used for a more professional transition between scenes. In '98 Handycam you can select any of up to seven various modes: from classy Black-and-White and Mosaic to more special Stripe, Bounce and Monotone to professional-like Overlap and Wipe

fader

on a mixing board or DJ mixer, an audio level control that slides up and down in a track. (see also crossfader).
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Fader

• (n.) Father.
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Fader

Fa'der noun Father. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Fader

A control to control the gain of a channel on the console, thereby determining the level of the signal in that channel.
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Fader

also known as a slider or attenuator, this control allows the user to perform a gradual change to the amplitude of a signal. Commonly found as a feature of MIDI software programs. Sliding potentiometer which may increase or attenuate (the fade bit!) the gain of a signal. Usually associated with a mixing desk.
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Fader

Feature used for a professional transition between scenes incorporating the ability to select up to seven modes.
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fader

on a mixing board or DJ mixer, an audio level control that slides up and down in a track. (see also crossfader).
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Fader

Part of a lighting or sound desk: by moving a fader up, the volume of the sound or intensity of the light is increased. Comversely, moving it down decreases voluem or intensity.
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Fader

Rather like the right to left balance control, however the fader moves the sonic position between th
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Fader

This is a linear Mixing Desk control capable of providing adjustment of audio signal level.
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