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Level Control Link

Level controls, which are generally associated with volume, have a continuous series of states that are represented by a slider. The slider typically represents a relative position within a defined range (for example, a percentage value between a configurable minimum and maximum gain value). Several HAL processing blocks contain level controls that you can include in a level control link. The most commonly used are the Level processing block and the RAD and analog input and output blocks. The Level controls on these blocks are typically connected to DR Level controls (found in the Control palette).
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