RSD's SoundMan-Designer Software for SoundMan-Server/AudioBox II - Input Window
The input window sets and monitors input levels. The window itself resembles the input channels on a standard mixing console.
Hovering the cursor over the fader track displays the actual attenuation in dB at that setting. Double-clicking makes the fader go to that level at the rate set by the Auto-Pan.
This button links the faders it sits between. Red means the faders are linked. To link faders that are not next to each other, click the green LED at the bottom of the faders to be linked.
The Auto-Pan knob changes the fade time.
Click the knob and this window appears:
Hours, minutes, seconds, fraction of seconds, linear and exponential fades.
Click this icon and the Input Source Mixer window appears:
The number below the faders shows the fader settings (0-127).
The M,S, and D stand for Mute, Solo, and Delay respectively. The number below D is milliseconds.
This icon displays the current EQ setting. Click it and the EQ window appears.
Click the camera and the snapshot window appears.
Click the Set Matrix button to open this window:
This quickly sets the matrix to some commonly used configurations.
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