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The easiest way is to put an audio fade transition on the end of the track.
If you want to do it the old way using the volume rubber bands, use the pen tool.
Hi David J,
I looked for "fade" and "audio fade" under the Audio Effects, and Audio Transitions, and there is nothing there.
Any more info is much wanted.
In Effects>Audio Transitions>Crossfades, you should have 2 Trransitions. Choose Constant Power, and drag it to the end of your Audio Clip. Depending on your settings in Edit>Preferences, you may need to drag the beginning of the Constant Power Crossfade to the left, to get the 5 sec., that you want.
Other method would be to highlight the Clip, and in the Effects Control panel, choose Volume. Go to 5 sec., before the end, and click the "stopwatch" to add a start Keyframes and add a Keyframe. Go to the end of the Clip and click the "add Keyframe" button. With the CTI still over that Keyframe on the end of the clip, drag the Volume slider to -00.0db.
Place CTI to end of audio clip
Short cut key for default audio transition (usually a Dissolve - which when single ended becomes a fade)
Use FX window to change the duration of the transition.