Channel strip controls are grouped into various modules that can be shown/hidden. The following modules are available:Click the Modules menu in the Console view and choose the desired module.Figure 672. Console view Modules menu.Figure 673. Input Gain module.A. Input gain/trim B. Input panThe ProChannel module lets you apply compression, equalization, and tube saturation modeling to each audio track, Instrument track and bus.Figure 674. ProChannel module.A. Pre/Post B. Global input meter C. Expand/collapse ProChannel D. Preset E. Global On/Off F. Equalizer graphFigure 675. FX Rack module.A. Bypass FX Rack B. Insert plug-in C. Enable/disable plug-in D. Effect output interleave indicator (mono, stereo or surround) E. Plug-in nameThe Sends / Bank / Patch module provides different controls for audio tracks, buses and MIDI tracks.For MIDI tracks you can choose the bank, patch and channel, which determine the instrument sound that will be used for playback.Figure 676. Sends / Bank / Patch module.A. Scroll up B. Scroll down C. Insert Send D. Send enable/disable E. Pre/post toggle F. Send level G. Send pan H. Send destination I. Channel J. Bank K. PatchFor information about using sends and MIDI Bank, Patch and Channel settings, see Routing and mixing digital audio and Choosing the instrument sound (bank and patch).Figure 677. MSR module.A. Mono/Stereo B. Phase Invert C. Read Automation D. Write Automation E. Mute F. Solo G. Arm for recording H. Input Echo I. Link left and right channel faders (hardware outputs only)Figure 678. Pan Control module.A. Stereo Pan control B. Surround PannerThe Volume module lets you adjust the channel strip’s playback or monitoring level. The meter lets you monitor the channel strip’s playback or recording level. The peak meter value updates during playback to show the highest peak level reached.A. Volume fader B. Peak value C. Link channels (hardware outputs only)For easy identification, track fader thumbs are black, bus fader thumbs are blue, and hardware output fader thumbs are red.
The Icons module lets you assign a graphic icon to the channel strip. This makes it easy to identify tracks and buses visually.Figure 680. Icon module.A. Track/bus iconThe In / Out module lets you assign an input and output to the channel strip. The Input device is used for recording and the Output device is used for playback.Figure 681. In / Out module.A. Input B. Output
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