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{featuring request{ db trigger for corss mixing (not fading) for android version

Wondering please if it is possible to add a db trigger tool into foobar2000 for android mobile.  When the user selects a predetermined db level through settings, foobar will trigger the play-in track over the end of the play-out track, as shown in the below picture in example number three.  All android players seem to play like examples one and two.
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Re: {featuring request{ db trigger for corss mixing (not fading) for android version

Reply #1
Three months later and no reply? :)  Hope I'm not coming across as brash, but thought all what would have been needed is some code to tell when a fade at the end of a track reaches a certain -db level, and then at that point, trigger the next song, without killing the fade of the previous track fading under the intro of the oncoming song.  Is this a flaw within android which prevents it from playing two items at the same time?

 Had a quick search again on google this morning, and still in Sep 2019, I can't seem to find any app that can simply cross mix (not cross fade) tracks together (like a radio station) for android.  I don't know what I'm missing. :)  Most of the apps like edjing and so forth seem to be doing dj mixes for clubs, like techno and dance music beat matching.  I would like my songs to be mixed like an oldies radio station from the 60s 70s and 80s.  I have the music, but can't get rid of the gaps between the songs, without the horrible cross fading that seems to be the only option at the moment. 
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Re: {featuring request{ db trigger for corss mixing (not fading) for android version

Reply #2
You had something like this in mind? Attached is a component for desktop foobar2000 but if people want it it could finds its way to mobile.

 
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