The Mixer Block mixes multiple input signals into a single output channel.
Use the Mixer Block to mix multiple input signals into a single output channel.
note: These signal indicators are actually meters, therefore they are subject to the same 16 active meter limit as all other meters.
From this dialog box, you can do the following:
|Input nodes||Connection points for wiring input to the Mixer block|
|Output node||Connection point for wiring the Mixer input to a specific output|
|<Add> node||Click to add another Output node, or wire to the <Add> not to automatically create a new channel.|
(Hover over the thumbnail below to view the properties dialog box.)
Input Level (Manual and Linkable Control)
|Control the relative volume of an input signal. Each input is attenuated by the level of the control in the input column and then they are all summed together before reaching the output level. Provide end users with control over input volume by linking this Level Control to the Level Control of a DR1 or DR3.|
|Input Mute (Manual and Linkable Control)||Mute this input. Provide end users with mute control by linking this Toggle Control to the Toggle Control of a DR2, DR3, or Logic In.|
|Input Signal||Lights when a signal is detected on this input, turns red if signal overload occurs.|
|Output Level (Manual and Linkable Control)||Control the volume of the entire mix. Provide end users with control over the output volume by linking this Level Control to the Level Control of a DR1 or DR3.|
|Output Mute (Manual and Linkable Control)||Mute the mix output without changing the output level control. Provide end users with output mute control by linking this Toggle Control to the Toggle Control of a DR2, DR3, or Logic In.|
|Output Off @ Min Checkbox||When checked, causes the audio to mute completely when dialed to the low end of its range.|
|Overall Mute Checkbox||Mute output from Mixer block. Manual control only.|