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Note:
If you change any of the above settings after loading the
Title
from your hard disk,
you must remember to
Update
your
Title
in order to save the changes.
A
Title
also holds all the
Mixes
you saved whilst this
Title
was loaded. A
Mix
is a recording
of automated changes to switches and channel levels which occurred during the course of
your programme. You can have multiple
Mixes
under the same
Title
but they will all refer
to the same
Title
data (e.g. they will all use the same
Cue List
, the same
Machine Control
settings etc.). Any changes to the
Title
data will impact all of the
Mixes
saved in that
Title
.
Several Titles
can be stored together in one folder, called a
Project
. This is simply a
container for
Titles
and holds no information by itself.
An example of the
Project
,
Title
and
Mix
structure is shown in the diagram below.
Here the
Project
could be named after a particular client or an album. Each
Title
becomes
a given track or song, holding information that remains constant in each of the various
Mixes
of the track.
The
Title
also holds the
Mixes
themselves, the vocal mix, the drum mix etc.
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Title
Mixes
Mixes
Mixes
Channel List
Title Info
Cue List
Recall Data
Fader and Switch Groups
Status Switch Data
Machine Control Settings
Virtual Dynamics Settings
Visual Effects Settings
(e.g. Track 1)
(e.g. Album or Client ID)
Project
Title
Channel List
Title Info
Cue List
Recall Data
Fader and Switch Groups
Status Switch Data
Machine Control Settings
Virtual Dynamics Settings
Visual Effects Settings
(e.g. Track 2)
Title
Channel List
Title Info
Cue List
Recall Data
Fader and Switch Groups
Status Switch Data
Machine Control Settings
Virtual Dynamics Settings
Visual Effects Settings
(e.g. Track 3)
Vocal Mix
Vocal Mix
Vocal Mix
Drum Mix
Drum Mix
Drum Mix
Backline Mix
Backline Mix
Backline Mix
Strings Mix
Strings Mix
Strings Mix
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