6.1. AUDIO DRIVER SETTINGS
Here you can select the audio type and output device as well as set sample rate and audio buffer. To ensure stable operation, it is recommended to set audio buffer size to a higher value e.g. 1024 or higher. Small buffer size may cause dropouts in audio playback. Please note that it is advisable to quit other applications that are still running in the background.
Sets the master volume. Changing the value affects each audio track by the same amount.
6.3. METRONOME – AUDIO CLICK
Here you can adjust the sound and volume of the metronome. Likewise the samples for the high and the low click.
6.4. SUBGROUP ROUTING
Allows you to distribute the audio tracks to multiple subgroups to later mute ( disable ) certain subgroups globally. Each subgroup can be renamed by clicking on edit next to the name of the subgroup.
7.1. MIDI INPUT
Here you can select the midi river and the channel on which LIVETRAKER should receive the midi data for remote access or song switching.
7.2. INPUT CONTROL
- Song selection – via Program Change
The program change signal can be used to directly select the songs of the active bank.
The value corresponds to the numbering ( left ).
- Song selection – via Midinote
Use the midi value of the pressed key to directly select songs of the active bank.
- Bank selection
Activates switching the active bank via bank-change command.
- Master volume controller
Here you can set the controller for the master volume of LIVETRAKER.
7.3. MIDI CLOCK / MTC
- Midi timecode ( MTC )
Here you activate the MTC signal and the corresponding frame rate, which is sent to midi subgroup 1 by default.
- Frame rate
Allows setting amount of fps ( frames per second ) in video output.
- Midi output group
Allows setting output group.
7.4. REMOTE CONTROL
Here you define the midi signal, which should address one of the fixed functions:
- Start / Stop
- Previous Song
- Next Song
- Show Lyric Fullscreen
7.5. MIDI OUTPUT ROUTING
Here you can connect the output of the midi subgroups with the respective midi interface and enable/disable them.