Gripper. Drag up/down to reorder the module.
Icon. Each module category has its own unique icon.
Name. Module name.
Clipping LED. Shows if the input signal to the module is clipping. If there is any distortion in the MixStrip signal chain, the clipping LEDs let you identify where the clipping occurs.
Enable/disable. Enable/disable the module.
Minimize/Restore. Collapse and restore the module height. Hold down the CTRL key and click to collapse/restore the same module on all selected tracks. Hold down the ALT key and click to collapse/restore all modules in a track.Figure 455. Module header controls.A. Gripper B. Icon C. Name D. Clipping LED E. Bypass F. Minimize/RestoreMixStrip includes several presets to get you started. However, because all audio material is different, the real power and fun is to experiment with the controls to come up with settings that suit the audio material you are working with.MixStrip presets are saved to disk as *.pcp files. By default, presets are stored in the <SONAR program folder>\MixStrip presets folder. To change to the default preset folder, go to Edit > Preferences > File - Folder Locations.A. Current preset B. Load Preset C. Save Preset
Preset list. Shows selected preset name. Choose any existing preset from the list.
Preset. Shows selected preset name.
Load Preset . Opens the Open dialog box to the default preset directory. Choose a preset and click Load to load the preset.
Save Preset . Opens the Save As dialog box to the default preset directory. Type a name and click Save to save the current MixStrip settings as a new preset. To overwrite an existing preset, type the same name as the existing preset.
Note 1: To see the Load Preset and Save Preset buttons in the Inspector and collapsed Console view strips, hover the mouse over the Preset control.
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Note - Using Offline Help
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