An analog Line-Plus Input block represents the input audio connected to the corresponding analog input port on a HAL3.
|Analog Input (Channel 1)||The input channel connected to the corresponding analog input port on the HAL|
|Output node||Connection point for wiring the Mic/Line input channel to a specific output|
|Line-Plus Mode||Provides a place to specify if the input is one balanced line-level input or two consumer line-level inputs summed together to form a single mono signal.|
The meter on the left displays signal data for the block input.
Gain (both a manual and linkable control) sets the volume of the block's output. Also specified is the volume range with a Minimum and Maximum value. Change the volume by adjusting the slider or entering a dB value in the edit box. Provide end users with control over the volume by linking this Level Control to the level control of a DR1 or DR3. Change the range by clicking the Minimum or Maximum value and then typing new values in the edit box that appears.
Default Gain = 0.0 dB; Default Minimum = -88.0; Default Maximum = 12.0
Selecting Off @ Min causes the audio to mute completely when dialed to the low end of its range.
Select Mute to mute the Line-Plus block's output(s) without changing the Gain value. Provide end users with output mute control by linking this Toggle Control to the Toggle Control of a DR2, DR3, or a Logic In port.
The meter on the right displays signal data for the block output.