Mixing bidules

Crossfader

A simple crossfader where you can select the type

  • Cos/Sin: fade using cos and sin law, will give a 3dB boost in center position but it is what the human ears want
  • Linear/Linear: fade using linear, no boost in center will sound thin.
  • Cos/Linear: fade using cos for the left signal and linear for the right signal
  • Linear/Sin: fade using linear for the left signal and sin for the right signal

Fadercross

An "inverted" crossfader, with two stereo outputs and one stereo input.

Gain

A simple 10db gain.

Mono Mixers

4, 8 or 16 mono channels mixer with pan/mute/solo and 10db gain for each channel and a master 10db gain. Note: double-clicking on Strip N will let you change the channel name on the window and in the status bar when hovering over the input pin.

Stereo Mixers

4, 8 or 16 stereo channels mixer with pan/mute/solo and 10db gain for each channel and a master 10db gain. Note: double-clicking on Strip N will let you change the channel name on the window and in the status bar when hovering over the input pin.

Pan

A simple pan.

Stereo Squeezer

Squeeze the width of a stereo signal.

Continuous Surround Panner

A mono to 5-speaker (ITU) panner using laws in which each output speaker feed is a sum of circular harmonics. The output speaker feed is (in order) Left Surround, Left Front, Center, Right Front and Right Surround. Note: double-clicking on Strip N will let you change the channel name on the window and in the status bar when hovering over the input pin.

Mono ITU Mixers

4, 8 or 16 mono channels mixer with Continuous Surround Panner/mute/solo and 10db gain for each channel and a master 10db gain. Note: double-clicking on Strip N will let you change the channel name on the window and in the status bar when hovering over the input pin.