Picture a school cafeteria. Each weekday lunch is served from 11:45 am to 1:00 pm. But at all other times the room is for band & choir classes. In this example, we’ll use a selector event that sets up the HAL system for lunch at the proper time, but otherwise provides the band room settings. There is no need for a manual override in this example. The school simply needs the two snapshots of the audio system to just work with no end user intervention. No staff training. No support calls.
During lunch, only a single microphone is needed. For band and choir, there are four mics that must work.
First we’ll set up a selector event, then link directly to a 2-position selector that provides the audio set up as required. Given how the audio flow is designed, there is no preset required in this case. See the Processing Workspace audio flow in this Figure:
Test that the selector moves as desired by clicking the Activate Trigger and Inactive Trigger buttons of the event to verify the correct behavior in the processing workspace.