Quick controls are the physical encoder & three buttons at the top of each Fader Tile. These controls provide quick access to input gain, trim, & route displays, signal processing, sends, pan, and VCA and mute group assignment. Their soft function is always displayed at the bottom of the main screen channel view.Note: The hardware controls on the tile are referred to as tile Quick Controls, while their on-screen counterparts are the screen controls.
Quick controls can also be cycled through directly on the tile using the Fader Tile's up/down arrows
To assign a function to the Quick Controls, touch one of the assigner buttons on the main screen:
The top block of the channel strip displays Digital Trim in blue or Analogue Gain in red, depending on which parameter was last selected to the input Quick Controls.
When selecting MG, VCA, Master, Stem or Aux, the precise bus or group you want to access needs to be selected from the individual 'selectors' that appear above the assigner buttons.
Lock on the right of the main screen defines what happens when a selector is touched:
Quick controls are altered via the main screen or the Fader Tile. To rotate on-screen encoders, drag up/right or down/left.
There may be multiple pages of Quick Controls per function; these pages can be cycled by pressing any physical quick encoder, or double-tapping the on-screen encoder.
For example, input Quick Controls can toggle between analogue gain, digital trim, or route information. EQ Quick Controls will cycle through the four bands and filters. Dynamics toggles between compressor or gate, and so on...
The switches are used to switch states of a parameter or to assign functions to the encoder. To view the way specific functions are assigned to the Quick Controls, please go to that function's page within these help screens, as listed at the base of this page.Note: The Fader Tile Flip button 'flips' the quick encoder function onto the fader, and the fader function is assigned to the quick encoder. This is great for building sends quickly on faders.
Above the screen Quick Controls is the quick display, which displays information about whatever is being adjusted. Double-tapping the Quick display opens up the channel detail dialogue, where more detailed parameters can be adjusted.Notes: