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Appendix K
Further Automation Options
TW Snap
defines what happens when you let go of a fader in
Touch Write
mode.
You can define whether it goes into
Read
or
Write
, and whether
Touch Write
status is
retained.
Match Mode
(
M
button on the toolbar)
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uses
Touch Write
buttons or
Ctrl+T
to bring up indicator LEDs (Read and Write) to enable matching of the
physical fader position to the stored data. All statuses are retained.
Autotakeover
(
A
button on the toolbar)
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can only be used when motors are
off using the
LF OFF
or
SF OFF
screen buttons. VCA levels are then indicated with
a blue bar on the
Faders
screen.
After activating this mode with the onscreen button,
Touch Write
buttons activate
individual paths. Faders in
Read
go into
Write
at the null point and vice versa. Direction
is indicated with blinking
Read
and
Write
LEDs.
Appendix L
Circular Mix Mode
In the
‘How to do an Automated Mix’
section you used
Linear Mix Mode
. At the end
of each Pass, you could either keep it or revert to one of six mix Passes held in
RAM
.
Alternatively, more flexibility is available for handling Passes in
Circular Mix Mode
.
These two different modes are selected using the two
onscreen buttons just beside the
Undo
button.
When you click the
Circular Mix Mode
button
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you will see a representation of all the mix Passes
held in
RAM
.
The
Green
one is the current Pass and the
Red
one is the Pass where new data will be
written next time.
Undo
,
Redo
, and
Reset
work as before.
You can lock particular Passes into
Write
or
Read
using the adjacent
WR
and
RD
buttons and the Passes in the circle, simply by clicking.
Clicking the
Branch
button deletes all Passes except the current one. Use the
Left-Mouse
button to select a buffer to
Read
from (green), and the
Right-Mouse
button to select the
Write-To
(red) buffer.
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