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The Input Section The Mixer Channel Each mix allows analogue and digital inputs to be blended together with software outputs before being routed to a physical output. Each mixer channel consists of the following. Mixer channel input - This controls the input for the respective input channel. This can be a physical input or a DAW output and can be changed by clicking on the current input name.

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The Input Section The Mixer Channel Each mix allows analogue and digital inputs to be blended together with software outputs before being routed to a physical output. Each mixer channel consists of the following. Mixer channel input - This controls the input for the respective input channel. This can be a physical input or a DAW output and can be changed by clicking on the current input name.

Pan control - This controls the amount of the signal sent to the left and right channels of the mix. Double-clicking on this control will centre the control and send an equal amount of the signal to the left and right channels. Fader - The controls the level of the signal in that particular mix. Graphic meter - This displays the level of the signal in dBFS before the fader.

This can be a useful way to monitor the input signal. If the signal has clipped it will display a red bar at the top of the meter. To remedy this, lower the gain and click on the red bar. PFL button - This routes only the selected channel to the monitor outputs until it is pushed again. Solo button - This solos the selected channel in the mix.

Mute button - This mutes the selected channel in the mix. Channel name - This is the name of the channel. This can be changed by clicking on it. Back to Top The Master Channel The master channel is the channel of the very right hand side of the mixer and behaves similarly to each mixer channel in the corresponding mix.

The controls that differ from the mixer channel are outlined below. Mix destination - This is one of the methods to route the mix to a physical output. Clicking on this button reveals a list of possible outputs and the mix can be routed to each output by clicking on the output.

Copy Mix settings - This copies the settings of the selected mix to another mix. This might be useful if a basic mix only needed to be tweaked to make it appropriate for other musicians. The outputs for the interface are listed as well as the source for each output.

Routing preset button - This changes the routing to a convenient preset that might be useful. Output source - This is the output source for the destination to its right. Clicking on this allows the output to be switched between analogue inputs, DAW outputs or mixes which can blend the two and are controlled using the mixer section. Outputs with a headphone icon indicate headphone outputs. Output Status - This displays the current output status of an analogue output.

If the output is blue, this means that the output is switched on and its level will be dependent on the level attenuator, and the dim and mute buttons. This is suitable for monitor outputs. If the output is red, this means that the output is switched off. If the output is silver, this means that the output is switched on and its level will not be dependent on the level attenuator, and the dim and mute buttons. This is suitable for headphone outputs and external processors. The output is switched between red and blue by clicking on it, and is turned silver by shift-clicking on it.

Various monitor presets can be selected using the Monitor Preset button.

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