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    hi,
    why "easy in" called easy in?
    sounds like easy in shoud be really easy out & out should be called easy in.
    could someone explain why they called easy in - easy in & out - out?
    thanks

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    basically because 'easy in' is used at the start of a clip as it's coming in and vice versa.

    That and the shape of the curve if you draw it - I think!

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