Click on the View Menu to select “Settings” or simply hit “Command–E / Control-E” to bring up the Settings window.

When you open the Settings window, it reflects your current settings and allows you to view and set your audio / MIDI preferences for the Trilian Standalone, as well as which Flow Capture files your recordings will generate.

  • Audio Device Type – Sets which audio driver is used by Trilian. Mac systems typically use CoreAudio and Windows systems typically use some variant of the ASIO drivers (we recommend ASIO4ALL).
  • Output Device – Determines which audio device is used by Trilian. This can be an internal speaker, an audio card, or a dedicated audio interface.
  • Active Output Channels – Determines which audio output on your interface is used by Trilian.
  • Sample Rate – Trilian’s sample rate can be set to either 44.1k, 48k, 88.2k, 96k, 176.4k, or 192k.
  • Audio Buffer Size – Determines the amount of latency in the Trilian Standalone. Lower buffer settings have less latency, but tax your system resources to a greater degree (you might experience audio glitches or pops at lower buffer settings.) We recommend experimenting to find a good balance between latency and performance. Trilian’s Audio Buffer Size can be set from 32 to 1024 samples.
  • Active MIDI Inputs – Lists the active MIDI devices connected to your computer. Here, you can select the MIDI input you want to trigger Trilian.
  • Recording Files to Save ~ Lists and lets you select the files your Flow Capture recordings will generate.
  • CPU – Measures the percentage of the computer’s processing power being used by Trilian.

NOTE: Settings made or changed in the Trilian Standalone do not affect how Trilian works as a plug-in within any host.

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