How to Burn a CD With CrossFade
All recent versions of the Windows operating system include Windows Media Player as a built-in utility. Among many other features, Windows Media Player can burn a new CD with the tracks of your choice. By default there are a few seconds' silence between the end of each track and the beginning of the next. You can, however, take advantage of a built-in feature of Windows Media Player called "crossfading." With that feature, a song fades gradually at its end while the following song gradually increases in volume; the result is a smoother transition, as needed by DJs and other users who put together and play their own playlists.
Launch Windows Media Player by clicking "Start," then "All programs." Locate Windows Media Player in the list and click on it.
Insert a blank CD into the optical drive on your computer.
Open the playlist with the songs you want to burn on the CD.
Click "View," and then select "Full mode." Click "Enhancements," and then "Crossfading and Auto Volume Leveling." Select "Crossfading;" then move the sliding control to the number of seconds during which two consecutive songs should overlap. Click "OK."
Click the "Burn" tab, and then click "Start burn." Wait until the process completes. At that point, Windows Media Player will have burned the CD using crossfade.