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IMPLEMENTING THE FADE-IN AUDIO EFFECT FOR REAL-TIME COMPUTING

Audio fading is performed in order to smoothly modify over time the level of an audio signal. In particular, the fade-in audio effect designates a gradually increase in the audio volume, starting from silence. In practice, audio fading is mostly carried out within audio editors i.e. in off-line mode by employing various transcendental functions to enforce the fade profile. Taking into account the increasing demand for interactive media services requiring real-time audio processing, the present approach advances an effective method of constructing the audio fade-in shape with a view to real-time computing. The paper encompasses plain and straightforward implementations in pure JavaScript, prepared precisely to validate the method of audio volume processing proposed here.

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Lupsa-Tataru, L. (2019). Implementing the fade-in audio effect for real-time computing. Applied Computer Science, 15(2), 5-18. doi:10.23743/acs-2019-09
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Lupsa-Tataru, Lucian. "Implementing the Fade-in Audio Effect for Real-Time Computing." Applied Computer Science 15, no. 2 (2019): 5-18.
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L. Lupsa-Tataru, "Implementing the fade-in audio effect for real-time computing," Applied Computer Science, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 5-18, 2019, doi: 10.23743/acs-2019-09.
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Lupsa-Tataru L. Implementing the fade-in audio effect for real-time computing. Applied Computer Science. 2019;15(2):5-18.