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Slave Only
A switch with a
Slave Only
behaviour will not change any other switch in the
Group
when it is pressed. If a switch in the
Group
with a
Master
behaviour is pressed, then
the
Slave Only
will match the
Master’s
state.
Slave Only
behaviours are useful when the switch belongs to more than one
Group
as
they can be changed by any of their associated
Masters
.
Inverted Slave
A switch with an
Inverted Slave
behaviour will not change any other switch in the
Group
when it is pressed. If a switch in the
Group
with a
Master
behaviour is pressed
then the
Inverted Slave
will change to the opposite state of the
Master
.
This behaviour is useful, for example, to automatically mute one group of instruments
as another is unmuted.
Master/Inverted Slave
When a
Master/Inverted Slave
is pressed it acts as a
Master
to all
Slaves
in the
Group
,
i.e. any switch with a
Slave
-type behaviour will be changed.
When another
Master
in the
Group
is pressed, the
Master/Inverted Slave
acts as an
Inverted Slave
, changing to the opposite state of the pressed
Master
.
Switch Groups
are saved with the
Title
file.
Note:
It’s important to note that if a
Switch Group’s
actions are recorded to a
Mix
then
the
Group
must be maintained in order to replay its actions from the
Mix
. If you change
your
Switch Groups
remember to
Update
your
Title
.
Creating a Switch Group in the Switch Group List
1. Set the
Switch Group
number from the field at the top of the screen. You can
either left-click onto the field and use the drop-down list, or use the QWERTY
numeric keys
1-0
(0=10)
to set the
Switch Group
number directly.
2. Click
Insert
.
3. A drop-down list appears listing all of the channels available. Select the channel
that has the first switch you want to add to the
Group
.
4. The default entry in the
Switch Group List
is
Master Slave
mode. To change this
assignment click the switch name.
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