Audio Mixer

Press Insert Event > Special.

Command Description
AFV Hold Audio channel assigned to video sources are automatically taken on-air with the video source, but are unchanged when the video source is taken off-air.
AFV Off Turns off normal Audio Follow Video (AFV) functionality. Audio channel assigned to video sources will not automatically be taken on-air with the video source. Audio channel can still be taken on-air manually. The AFV Off functionality remains active until the AFV On custom control is run.
AFV On Returns the switcher to normal Audio Follow Video (AFV) functionality, after the AFV Off custom control was run.
Assign Audio In normal mode, this event allows you to access the levels for the audio channel or group you have assigned to that button. In audio override mode, it allows you to perform audio only transition and override the normal audio follow video operation.
Audio All Off Fade all audio channels on either the program or preset bus off. This can be useful for quickly removing all audio from either bus, or taking all audio channels off-air after you have performed an Audio Memory Recall.
Audio CH Off Turn an audio channel, or group, off. This can be useful if you want to take an audio channel, or group, off-air at once. You can use the Audio Channel Off for either the program or preset buses.
Audio CH On Turn an audio channel, or group, on at the level it was last on at, or leave it unchanged as the channel is already on-air. This can be useful if you want to take an audio channel, or group, on-air at once. You can use the Audio Channel On for either the program or preset buses.
Audio Memory Recall a memory that has been stored on the Audio Mixer. This can be used to take a number of audio channels on-air at different levels all at once. Refer to the documentation that came with your Audio Mixer for more information on storing audio memories.
Audio Mute Off Un-mute an audio channel, or group. This is the same as pressing mute on the Audio Mixer.
Audio Mute On Mute an audio channel, or group. This is the same as pressing mute on the Audio Mixer.
Audio PST Lvl Override the levels for audio channels on the preset bus. If the audio channel is already on-air, you can change the level or take it off-air, if the channel is off, you can take the channel on-air as an override. PST Audio Level events differ from Audio Channel On events in that you select the level that you want the audio channel to be set to. When run, the event will alter the level of the channel, even if it is on-air. Audio CH On will only take the channel on-air if it is off and will not change the level. This could be useful when you want to alter the levels of a number of channels, or groups, at the same time.
Audio Reset Return to the normal audio follow video mode and remove all currently selected overrides. This can be performed for either the program or the preset bus. You must set up two custom controls if you want to perform both independently.
Aud PGM Lvl Dr Override the levels for audio channels on the Program bus over a number of fields. If the audio channel is already on-air, you can change the level or take it off-air, if the channel is off, you can take the channel on-air as an override. PGM Audio Level event differ from Audio Channel On events in that you select the level that you want the audio channel to be set to, and the length of time you want to change in level to occur over. When run, the event will alter the level of the channel over the selected duration, even if it is on-air.
  1. Use the Group knob to select the channel or group you want to create the custom control for.
  2. Press Level, and use the Level knob to select the audio level you want to take the selected channels to.
  3. Press Duration, and use the Fields knob to select the length of time, in frames, that you want it to take to change the audio level.
You can include a number of PGM Audio Level events in a single custom control, allowing you to alter multiple audio channels, or groups, at the same time.