Mixer input control overview

Adjusts the volume level for the sound device set as default output, but does not affect the volume of the master output (if enabled) or of an active recording.

Adjusts the input level of each channel in order to compensate for the difference in volume between tracks.

Each knob adjusts the boost or cut for the corresponding frequency ranges (High, Mid and Low).

In the 12 o’clock position, no boost or cut is applied, and the sound output remains unchanged. Turning an EQ knob all the way counterclockwise will result in the corresponding frequency range to be “killed”.

Pressing an EQ knob will active its kill switch.

The frequency crossover points and crossover slope can be configured in the mixer’s settings panel..

The filter knob combines a low and high-pass filter.

Turning the knob clockwise from the 12 o’clock position activates the high-pass filter (HPF), increasing the cutoff frequency from 20 to 22000hz when completely turned.

Turning the knob counter-clockwise, actives the low-pass filter (LPF), decreasing the cutoff frequency from 22000hz down to 20hz.

While the filter is active, the LED ring on the bottom of the knob will be illuminated in blue.

The filter’s resonance and attenuation slope can be configured in the mixer’s settings panel.

Adjusts the output volume of the corresponding channel, from 0 (down position) to 1 (up position).

Adjusts the mix of the output volume between the two channels (A and B).

In the center position, both channels will output at full volume (A: 100%, B: 100%).

If moved entirely to the left, only channel A will output sound (A: 100%, B: 0%), and vice versa, if the fader is moved entirely to the right, only channel B will output sound (A: 0%, B 100%).

The audio signal will first flow through the individual channel faders (5), so if those are set to 0, no sound will be output regardless of the crossfader’s position.

Adjusts the volume of the audio output for the virtual headphones.

Adjusts the mix of the audio output for the virtual headphones.

Turned all the way counterclockwise, only the channels which have CUE / PFL (9) enabled will be audible.

Turning the knob clockwise will mix the audio output from the cued channels with the master audio output.

Turned all the way clockwise, only the master audio output will be audible through the virtual headphones.

Enabling this button will route the audio signal for the corresponding channel to the virtual headphones, so that an audio track can monitored without being audible through the master audio output.

Indicates which sides of the virtual headphones are active.

Displays a representation of the signal level being routed through the corresponding channel.

For the best audio quality, it is recommend to set the trim (2) so that none of the orange or red LEDs light up.

Identical to the channel level indicator, but displays the level of the combined output signal.

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