Destination Wire Tags allow you to wire the audio channel connected to a source wire tag to a block input node in the processing map. This type of wire tag provides an output node for the audio connection, a control to duplicate the wire tag, and a drop down control for selecting the source wire tag.
Use a Destination Wire Tag to wire an audio signal connected to a Source Wire Tag to the input node of a processing block.
note: You can only use wire tags once in a given signal path. This means that you cannot wire an output node of a destination wire tag to the input node of a source wire tag.
|Drop-down arrow and wire tag name text||The name shows the associated Source Wire Tag, which you select using the drop-down arrow control.|
|+||Clicking on the plus sign creates a duplicate of the Destination Wire Tag and places it on the processing map. The new wire tag is in the same set as the original destination wire tag.|
The destination wire tag does not have any other properties. Edit all associated wire tag properties from the Source Wire Tag’s properties dialog.