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Faders Up
The
Faders Up
window is the main working window of
Supertrue 4
.
The
Faders Up
display treats the short and long faders as separate channels. The short
faders appear after the long fader displays. (i.e. on a 56 fader console, Monitor fader 1
appears immediately to the right of Channel fader 56).
Note:
The
Faders Up
display depends upon the console type and layout defined in the
CONSOLE.DEF
file.
The main purpose of the
Faders Up
screen is to provide a convenient display of level
changes as a
Mix
is recorded or played back. The display also provides easy reference for
Channel
information, such as
Fader Group Assignment
,
Mute Status
,
Automation Mode
etc.
Zoom Levels
There are three
Zoom
levels available. These are:
Zoom Out
,
Normal
,
Zoom In
.
Common to all
Zoom
levels are the
Scroll
keys, left and right, first and last, below the
Faders Up
display. These keys enable you to see the status of all available channels.
Also common to all
Zoom
levels are the fader displays themselves. Each display comprises:
1. The
Channel
number.
2.
Mute Switch
status. The channel’s
Mute
switch state can changed from the
Faders
Up
screen.
3.
Automation Mode
indicator. The channel’s automation mode can be changed from
the
Faders Up
screen.
4. A black fader knob. This indicates the actual position of the physical fader.
5. A blue channel gain bar. This indicates the level of the audio in
VCA
mode,
sometimes different from the actual position of the fader when motors are off.
6.
Fader Group
indicator. If a channel belongs to a
Fader Group
, the
Group
number
is displayed at the bottom of the
Channel
. If the channel is a
Group Master
then
this number will be red.
7. A
VD
indicator. This indicates the capability of a channel to support a
Virtual
Dynamics
device (green), or that the device is switched in (yellow).
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