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First album without fades

Do you like fades at the end of songs?  

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  1. 1. Do you like fades at the end of songs?

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RebeldeFaith

I'm unsure if it's been discussed already but I just realized that Chromatica is Gaga's first album were there's no fades at the end of any of the songs. I know it probably doesn't mean anything but it's something that she usually add to one or two songs on her albums and I find it curious she didn't this time.

Do you like fades? Would you change any of the songs to add one?

I guess this count as a signature, right?
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River
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Not a fan of fades, I like endings, fades feels like she's walking away from me but keeps on singing and singing and I'm like girl where do you think you're going? but she's not stopping and she keeps on going going going girl, it's terrifying, I want a refund,

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I'm not serious 99% of the times ;)
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darkchylde

the end of sine is a fade, no?

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gagaliens

Love Me Right fades tho. A bonus track, I know :ohwell: but still

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Illuminati

Funny you bring that up today. I was just thinking about how i dislike fading out songs earlier

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JoanneMonster
1 minute ago, darkchylde said:

the end of sine is a fade, no?

but it has an ending, I think he means a fade like the dance in the dark one

But Love Me Right ends with a fade tho:oops:

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SOON
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It depends on the song but they really don't bother me, actually I like some of them especially Lorde's The Louvre fade

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S0436

It feels like the fade on LMR shows it’s a demo, even if it may not be...

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Judas Oyster

This time we got "start" fades but I like that they are very short and minimalistic. You gotta pay attention to understand it's a transition! I didn't realize until I heard the whole album 2 times.

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RebeldeFaith
2 minutes ago, darkchylde said:

the end of sine is a fade, no?

Don't think so. It sounds like an echo (?) and then it continues at the beginning of 1000 Doves.

2 minutes ago, JoanneMonster said:

but it has an ending, I think he means a fade like the dance in the dark one

This exactly.

3 minutes ago, JoanneMonster said:

But Love Me Right ends with a fade tho:oops:

And I was just listening to this song and missed it. I'm a flop. :selena:

I guess this count as a signature, right?

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RebeldeFaith
5 minutes ago, gagaliens said:

Love Me Right fades tho. A bonus track, I know :ohwell: but still

I'm a flop... :giveup:

I didn't started and was already over. :selena:

I guess this count as a signature, right?

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ThisBitch

I read "do you like FADS" :billie:

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Dayman

   I don't like fade outs because they can always be easily added to an existing track. A solid end is more workable for mixing and important for closing the story telling aspect to me. However that being said - fade outs do serve a purpose when used correctly - to make a song feel longer and like the party is still going. I think having Chromatica lead its tracks into each other serves the same purpose in a better way as an experience. Also, the album when listened with the bonus tracks "ends" at "Love Me Right" which does fade out and I think still fits then with the idea of the album/song "not ending" and then the remaining 3 bonus tracks feel like an encore/end credits to the album experience.

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Blown Away

works very well with a fade, better than the album version.

 

doesn't work with a fade.

 

So it really depends on the song for me.

Tonight I wanna drive so far we'll only find static on the radio
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RudraCNG
Posted (edited)

I usually don't like fades. It seems like an uncreative, lazy way to end a song. Chromatica gets extra points bc of that. And actually I love how most of the songs link to the next one.

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