Before you start adjusting your show, check what type of mixing is set up for the tracks you're using. RecordForAll uses No Transition by default until you switch the style for a track to Crossfade Mixing.
Beat Mixing (also known as beat matching) is the style of mixing disc jockeys at dance clubs use. It refers to the art of changing the speed—or beats per minute (BPM)—so that both tracks have the same BPM at the point where they overlap. Because the beats of the two tracks are coordinated, the transition between tracks is hard to detect, so you get a seamless transition between tracks with different BPM.
Crossfade Mixing works much like the mixing many radio stations use. Tracks are played with a small amount of overlap, and the volume is faded from one track to the other during the Intro of the incoming track.
To switch between Beat Mixing and Crossfade Mixing
To use Crossfade Mixing, click the Add Transitions down arrow and click Crossfade.
To use Beat Mixing, click the Add Transitions down arrow and click Short Beat Mix or Long Beat Mix.