RSD's SoundMan-Designer Software for SoundMan-Server - Show Control Window
The show is operated and viewed using this window.
It sends commands to SoundMan and other devices and monitors the
Show details are given in the top
left: Show name and number, total
number of lists and paths, etc.
The sequence clock usually begins when the list opens. The show is presented on the left as a tree which can be explored with the mouse. The + and - buttons open and close lists and paths which are displayed in their own windows on the right with each indivual list's cue controls in their own windows above.
F12 on the keyboard is the GO CUE command which fires the Standby cue. The last cue is blue and the standby cue is yellow.
The Play button makes the Standby cue GO. The left and right arrow buttons changes the Standby cue to the previous or next cue in the list.
The Stop and Play buttons stop and start the list and sequence clock. The zero button zeros only the list clock.
When a change is made in the Show Editor, "Show Requires Refresh" flashes. The refresh button updates the show by re-sending it to SoundMan.
The MIDI-MIDI button causes all incoming MIDI data from the MIDI IN port of SoundMan-Assistant/SoundMan-Server to merge with the internal show data and be sent out the MIDI OUT port of SoundMan-Assistant/SoundMan-Server. Unselected, only SoundMan-Assistant/SoundMan-Server receives messages from the MIDI IN port.
The ENET-MIDI button causes all incoming MIDI data from the Ethernet port of SoundMan-Assistant/SoundMan-Server to merge with the internal show data and be sent out the MIDI OUT port of SoundMan-Assistant/SoundMan-Server. Unselected, only SoundMan receives messages from the Ethernet port.
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