To Set Up the Audio Mixer

The audio mixer works in conjunction with the 1RU Audio Breakout Module to provide AES and analog XLR inputs and outputs. Audio inputs and outputs are set up both on the switcher subsystem and on the 1RU Audio Breakout Module.

  1. Click Navigation Menu > Audio Mixer > Config.
  2. For each audio output (Main, Aux 1, Aux 2, and Aux 3) select the audio sources that you want to be available on that layer.
    • SDI — stereo audio embedded on input BNC 1-12.
    • XP — stereo audio channels 1-4 from XPression.
    • Media1 — stereo audio from Media-Store 1
    • Media2 — stereo audio from Media-Store 2
    • PC — stereo audio from the Windows® operating system of the server.
    • AES — stereo AES audio from the AES input on the 1RU Audio Breakout Module.
    • Analog1-8 — mono analog audio from the Analog inputs on the 1RU Audio Breakout Module.
    Tip: You can change the order of the audio strips on the mixer by moving a source Up (left) or Down (right) in the list.
  3. Click an Analog X button and select the audio channel that you want to send to that output on the 1RU Audio Breakout Module.
    • Main Left — the left stereo channel of the main audio output.
    • Main Mono — the mono channel of the main audio output.
    • Main Right — the right stereo channel of the main audio output.
    • Monitor Left — the left stereo channel of the monitor audio output.
    • Monitor Mono — the mono channel of the main audio output.
    • Monitor Right — the right stereo channel of the main audio output.
    • Aux X Left — the left stereo channel of aux 1-3 audio output.
    • Aux X Mono — the mono channel of aux 1-3 audio outputs.
    • Aux X Right — the right stereo channel of aux 1-3 audio outputs.
  4. Click the AES button and select the stereo output that you want to send to the AES output on the 1RU Audio Breakout Module.
    • Main — the stereo channels of the main audio output.
    • Monitor — the stereo channels of the monitor audio output.
    • Aux X — the stereo channels of the aux 1-3 audio outputs.
  5. Click the PC Audio button and select the stereo output that you want to send to the Windows® audio console.
    • Main — the stereo channels of the main audio output.
    • Monitor — the stereo channels of the monitor audio output.
    • Aux X — the stereo channels of the aux 1-3 audio outputs.