The channels section provides controls to set the gain of each input channel as well as the center frequency and gain of each band of their semi-parametric equalizer. The equalizer consists of two shelving filters for high and low frequencies EQ and a peak filter for mid frequencies EQ, implemented as simple bi-quads.

Crossfader channels section
Figure 7.15.1: The Crossfader's channels section.

  1. Gain: This knob sets the attenuation or amplification of each input signal in decibels from silence at minimum to over 3.5 dB at maximum.
  2. Low, Mid and High frequency: These knobs set the shelf or center frequency of each band of the semi-parametric equalizer from 20 Hz at minimum to 260 Hz at maximum for low frequencies, from 260 Hz at minimum to 4200 Hz at maximum for mid frequencies and from 4200 Hz at minimum to 14 kHz at maximum for high frequencies.
  3. Low, Mid and High gain: These knobs set the attenuation or amplification of the corresponding selected frequencies relative to the rest of the frequency spectrum from -24 dB at minimum to 12 dB at maximum.
  4. Low, Mid and High kill: These switches attenuate the corresponding selected frequencies by -24 dB.


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