prefade

prefade

(priːˈfeɪd)
vb
1. (Broadcasting) to play a recording before fading it for transmission
2. (Textiles) (tr) to fade fabric artificially
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Then when the user clicks on any loudspeaker icon they get another window called "Prefade listening." The thumbnail can be clicked for zooming the cover image and, if the content of the CD was already transferred to the vault, the user can also get a Flash-based media player, fully loaded with a playlist of all tracks available.
Also new is the Black Opal fade system prepack, which includes the new prefade complexion bar, advanced dual complex fade gel, advanced dual phase cream and revitalizing eye gel.
The spokeswoman says a new prefade complexion bar, a finely milled soap enhanced with natural papaya enzymes to effectively prime the skin for maximum results from fade products, represents another profit generator.