Faders / Knobs
Faders in the screen are used mainly for visual conﬁrma-
tion of the levels of the corresponding channels, and will
move in tandem when you operate the top panel faders.
The current value is also shown in numerical form imme-
diately below the fader.
Knobs in the screen provide visual conﬁrmation of the
value of the corresponding parameter.
Most knobs are linked with operations of the SELECTED
CHANNEL section encoders or the multifunction encod-
ers. The current value is also shown in numerical form
immediately below the knob.
When a knob that can be operated by the multifunction
encoders (i.e., knobs other than in the SELECTED
CHANNEL VIEW screen) is pressed once, a heavy frame
appears around the knob. This frame indicates that the
knob is selected for operation using the multifunction
While you are using the multifunction encoders to operate
a knob, the line indicating the setting of the knob will
become longer and the line around the circumference will
become thinner; this clearly identiﬁes the knob that you
are operating. Also, a frame will appear around the numer-
Knobs for which a double frame is displayed indicate
• For some knobs, pressing them again when they are enclosed by
a heavy frame will open a window where you can make additional
The on-screen user interface
The following type of window will appear when you need
to select items from a list, such as a list of user-deﬁned
Within the list, the highlighted item always shown in the
center is the item selected for operations. Press the
located below the list to scroll the list upward or down-
• You can also scroll up/down using the multifunction encoder.
• If there is more than one list in the screen, your operations will
apply to the list enclosed in a yellow frame. You can press the mul-
tifunction encoder to move the focus of your operations to the next
The following keyboard window will appear when you
need to assign a name or comment to a scene or library, or
when you need to assign a channel name. Press characters
in the window to enter the desired characters (for the pro-
cedure see → p. 34).
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