Send Quick Controls

Channel paths may be sent to Stems and Auxes or bussed to Masters. All of this can be done directly with the Fader Tile Quick Controls.

Note: The workflow of channels and buses is illustrated graphically in the Channel Types Tutorial.

Send controls for each bus type are accessed by touching an assign button:

Assign functions can also be scrolled with the arrows on the Fader Tile; the current function is shown in the label screen, as well as by the appropriate assigner button being lit on the main screen.

Bus selectors for all buses of that type will be listed below the channel meters. If there are more buses than can be displayed at one time, use the numbered buttons in the right edge of the screen (shown right) to select which page of Selectors is shown.

The Lock button defines what happens when an assigner is touched:

The controls available for each send type are as follows:

Masters

The upper key toggles send in and out. There are no other controls because masters are post fader busses.

Stems and Auxes

Note: Pan, Width, and Divergence are only active if Follow Pan mode for that bus is off and the channel and bus formatting is such that the controls are required. See Stem Channels or Aux Channels for details.

The quick display (labelled Assigned) lists the routes from the channel to all buses of that type.

The up/down arrows on the Fader Tile can be used to scroll within the bus path type by activating the Enter button on the tile. A brief press of the arrows navigates through the list. Holding an arrow will jump up or down by eight buses, allowing for fast navigation. Turning off Enter exits you from the paths and back to the other assign functions.

The indicator in the top-left of the bus button is red when the channel is feeding no buses of that type, and green when it is feeding at least one bus of that type.

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:

Master Buses:

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.

Double-tap in the Context display to open the channel Detail dialogue, where you can perform more advanced send functions for that bus.