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Event Types
There are four
Event
types that can be triggered by a
Cue
.
No Event
MIDI Event
Auto Switch
VCA Offset
No Event
Simply, nothing happens when timecode reaches the
Cue Point
, but the name of the
Cue
still appears in the
Next Cue
window when it’s the next
Cue
.
MIDI Event
This opens a dialogue allowing you to specify the parameters of a
MIDI
message triggered
by the
Cue
. The exact settings of the
MIDI
event depend on where you’re sending the
MIDI
message to, but in all cases you can specify the channel number, message type and
parameters.
Once you have set up your
MIDI
message, clicking
Test
will test the results.
Auto Switch
This allows a
Cue
to alter the state of any of the console’s automated switches.
Selecting
Auto SW
opens a dialogue. From here you can specify the
Channel
the switch
belongs to, which switch to action and whether the state is to be
On
or
Off
.
VCA Offset
This allows a
Cue
to trigger an adjustment to a channel’s level. Selecting this event type
opens a dialogue allowing you to specify which channel the offset applies to and it’s
relative value.
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