Re: [LAD] [LAU] mudita24 1.02 -- improved envy24control mixer/router for ice1712-based sound-cards

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Date: Wednesday, August 11, 2010 - 3:23 am

On August 10, 2010 10:08:51 am you wrote:

But you ultimately turn to the analog volume tab in order to
affect what's arriving at the meters and the faders.
If we put a pre/post fader button on each digital mixer strip,
then in post mode the user would have to understand that
what is shown on the meter is affected by the sum of the
digital mixer slider level and some corresponding analog slider level.
That is what is ultimately feeding the mixer after the fader, isn't it?
So this information would be useful to show, wouldn't it?
It is readily 'available', am I correct?:
post-fader meter value = pre-fader meter dB value + slider dB value

However I realised yesterday that each digital mixer strip is STEREO.
That means for post-fader metering, we would need to split the current
single meter into two meters - left and right.

If we couple this with MONO analog volume meters, and each of
THEM with pre/post buttons, AND to combat clutter we split
the DAC/ADC tab into two (he ducks, expecting projectiles)
or use Niels' suggestions below ...

OK, I know there's issues, I must first understand how the routing
affects all of this. It's only ideas for now.
It just seems like something is missing, like it really could use
some kind of extra metering + options, you know?

> > But otherwise they are not part

>

Another good idea. And Pinocchio said, "I'm a real mixer, I'm a real mixer!".

Again, per-strip post-fader metering, I tells ya' !
Cheers. Tim.

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