The MIXER MODULE allows you to control your Ableton Live set mixer parameters:
- Mute / Solo / Rec.
The MIXER MODULE features Conductr’s smart faders: to go straight to 0 dB, double tap near the “0 dB” mark and the fader will automatically move there.
Conductr’s smart faders can also be used to silence a track without muting it: double tap near the minimum volume mark and the fader will automatically move there.
Conductr’s smart faders also feature an acceleration detector to adapt to the velocity and impulse of the user’s touch.
NOTE: In the Conductr freemium version, the MIXER MODULE is limited to 2 tracks. You can purchase the PREMIUM MIXER MODULE to control all of your trackâ€™s mixer parameters without limitation (see Premium modules & Pack IN-APP Purchase).
MIXER MODULE NAVIGATION:
If your tracks grid is too big to fit in the PLAYGROUND, you can navigate it by dragging the top control bar horizontally.
If your Ableton Live set features tracks groups, you can control their volume as a single unit using the fader under the group name. You can also fold/unfold them by tapping on the group name on the top bar.
If you do not want to risk accidentally muting a track, you can toggle the Mute buttons with the Mute Hiding button:
You can link the MIXER MODULE to a CLIP MODULE. Double tap on the MASTER button of each module you want to link and all of them will move in sync. To detach, double tap again on the MASTER button of the modules you want to detach.
MIXER MODULE SHIFT MODE:
The MIXER MODULE side menu features a SHIFT button.
When tapping the SHIFT button, you get quick access to each track’s panning, solo and record controls, and to the MASTER VOLUME pan, LOCK* and LIMITER**.
Panning is controlled with Conductr’s smart crossfaders: to get back to 0, double tap near the center bar and the crossfader will automatically move there.
*NOTE: The LOCK button allows you to lock and unlock the MASTER VOLUME. It can be very useful in order to avoid accidental MASTER VOLUME changes while playing live.
**NOTE: The LIMITER button blocks (0 dBs by default) and unblocks (up to 6 dBs) the track’s maximum volume.
MIXER MODULE SENDS MODE:
The MIXER MODULE side menu features a SENDS button.
When tapping the SENDS button, you enable the MIXER MODULE SENDS mode. While on this mode, you can control how much signal is being sent from the tracks to the return channels.
Tap again on the SENDS button to get back to the standard MIXER MODULE view.
MIXER MODULE SENDS MODE + SHIFT:
While on the MIXER MODULE SENDS mode, you can tap the SHIFT button to control each single track sends.
Tap again on the SHIFT button to get back to the standard MIXER MODULE SENDS view.