Channel Sends: Channel Detail
The Master, Stem and Auxiliaries pages of the Detail dialogue provide an expanded view of the send routing available using the Quick Controls. You can open each page by double-tapping the Quick Display with the relevant Assign button active:
A display similar to the below will appear:Notes:
The buttons down the left of the dialogue define which Detail page is displayed. Touch Master, Stem or Auxiliaries to view the desired bus type.
The Channel Scroller (near the top left corner) can be used to scroll the dialogue to a different channel. Note: Essential parameters in the page can be assigned to the Quick Controls beneath the screen. This requires the Follow Detail button (bottom right corner of the Main Screen) to be engaged. Touch the button to toggle between:
Follow Channel (button inactive): the Quick Controls below the screen follow the selected function, as per the Quick Controls on the other Fader Tiles.
Follow Detail (button active): When the detail dialogue is open the Quick Controls below the screen are assigned to different functions for the selected channel.
Changing the detail dialogue page when in Follow Detail mode will cause the Quick Controls beneath the screen to follow; the Quick Controls on the other Fader Tiles will remain unchanged.
The labels across the bottom of the Detail dialogue indicate the functions assigned to the Quick Controls directly beneath them. As a general rule only one function is assigned to each Channel's Quick Controls. Switch functions are assigned to the upper Quick Key (which will be lit if available) and continuous parameters are assigned to the Quick Encoder.
Bus Selectors for all buses of that type will be listed in the left half of the dialogue. If there are more buses than can be displayed at one time, use the numbered buttons in the right edge of the dialogue to select which page of Selectors is shown.
The Lock button in the top right of the dialogue defines what happens when a Selector is touched:
If Lock is active, the Selector is simply assigned to the dialogue and Quick Controls;
If Lock is inactive the Selector is assigned and also switched in/out.
When a Selector is assigned, sliders for any available parameters are shown in the right half of the screen. These can be dragged with a finger on the touchscreen or adjusted using the Quick Control assignments beneath the relevant labels at the base of the screen. Press the 0 dB button to set the send level to 0dB. Press the IN button (or the Upper Quick Control button under the In label) to switch the send in and out.Note: IN is the only control that is displayed in the right side of the dialogue when configuring Sends to Master buses.
You can select the selected bus feed point for this channel by touching the Feed: button below the Lock button, and selecting the source from the menu which appears. The options are as follows:
- Sends to Master Buses: Default, Post Fader (before any processing elements which have been placed after the fader) and Post All (after any processing elements which have been placed after the fader);
- Sends to Auxiliaries: Default, Pre Fader and Post All;
- Sends to Stems: Default, Pre Fader, Post Trim, Post Insert A, Post Insert B, Post Fader, or Post All
Bus sends that are fed from before the channel's fader (Post Trim, Pre Fader or Post Insert A/B if the insert point is before the fader in the channel's processing order) have a green indicator to the left of the Bus Selector:
Bus sends that are fed from after the channel's fader (Post Fader, Post All or Post Insert A/B if the insert point is after the fader in the channel's processing order) have a green indicator to the right of the Bus Selector:
The status of Bus Selectors is indicated as follows:
Stem Groups and Aux Buses:
|Bus is unselected and switched out;||Bus is unselected and switched out;|
|Bus is assigned to Quick Controls and switched out;||Bus is assigned to Quick Controls and switched out;|
|Bus is assigned to Quick Controls and switched in;||Bus is assigned to Quick Controls and switched in. The bottom half of the Selector shows its level. The top half shows panning information if applicable.|
|The bus is unselected and switched in.|
Touch Close (top right) to close the Detail dialogue.