Each Mix Strip allows overall control of each RMX Part.
PART NUMBER INDICATOR SWITCH
The number at the far left indicates which Part a particular Mixer strip controls. If the number is highlighted in blue, this Part is the currently selected Part for editing when switching to other Edit pages. This corresponds to the selected Part in the Footer.
You can select a Part by clicking directly on the Part number.
PART MUTE BUTTON
Clicking the “M” Button mutes the audio signal of a Part (although it is still playing in the background).
PART SOLO BUTTON
Clicking the “S” Button Solos a Part, muting all other Parts.
Watch the Group Soloing-Muting Tricks tutorial for a demo.
PART OUTPUT ASSIGNMENT
If your host supports multiple outputs, an alternate output for the Part may be chosen from the drop-down menu. The Output Assignment routes the audio for the Part’s Main Edit Group.
This is different parameter than the Output Assignment found in the Edit Group section that re-routes a specific Edit Group.
Please access the host-specific tutorials in our Knowledge Base to learn how to route Stylus RMX’s multiple outputs to the audio channels inside your host. We also recommend watching the additional Using Separate Outputs feature tutorial after you’ve learned how to route the outputs in your host.
PART ELEMENT NAME DISPLAY
This window displays the name of the Element loaded into each Part. Each Part has a dedicated Window. Clicking on either the window itself or the adjacent Browser Icon Folder takes you to the Browser Chapter Page for that Part.
PART LEVEL FADER and METER
The Part Level Fader is the overall level control for each Part. Moving the fader to the left decreases volume. Moving the fader to right increases volume.
The Part Level Meter indicates the Part’s incoming signal. Although the meter can go into the “red,” RMX will rarely ever distort on the Part level. So you really don’t need to worry about distortion at this stage.
PART PAN KNOB
The Part Pan Knob is the overall pan control for each Part. Moving the knob counter-clockwise pans to the left. Moving the knob clockwise pans to the right.