Interfacing with the external world
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One or more output bus can be added, with or without their dedicated "send" level control
The most basic form of headphones is just a fixed mix of an equal amount of all output channels, with a global volume, very convenient, you don't have to setup anything.
But then, as for output busses, you can have a PFL bus with illuminated buttons, flipswitches or with pots, effectively creating an independent mix.
You can add muting on inputs and/or outputs, can be simple flipswitches or fancy illuminated buttons.
Another option is our signature dual-mode mutes, they work with a flipswitch(the mode switch) and a momentary pushbutton, friendly known as the bashbutton.
- With the mode switch DOWN the channel is muted, and you can use the bashbutton to momentarily un-mute it.
- With the mode switch UP the channel is on, and you can use the bashbutton to momentarily mute it.
Very performance-friendly, you can still use it as a normal mute, using only the mode switch, or go for a dub-mixing style with the bashbutton
A vactrol-based active circuit provides a clickless, silky-soft switching action.