Audio Clip Editing in Reason seems to be comprised of three parts:
1. Layout and edit your clips in the Sequencer Window.
2. Join adjacent clips together with the Join Clips function.
3. Go into the Comp Editor to edit all of the crossfades on the clip you just joined.
Audio clip editing in Reason is a combination of the Sequencer Window and the Comp Editor. It has taken me a LONG time to get this idea in my head. I think this is rather counter-intuitive. And there is no documentation that I can find that states this clearly.
So you are exactly correct: Join the clips and then go into the comp editor and do the crossfades. The reason this was not clear to me is because I was using a single comp row, not multiple takes on multiple comp rows.
ugh - many months of frustration on this point. but finally a solution. Thanks!
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