Starting from QLC+ version 4.4.0, this functionality allows you to use an audio input
source such as a microphone, to add more life to your light shows.
|Name||Can be "Volume Bar" or a spectrum bar shown as #number (start frequency - end frequency). Example: #5 (1250Hz - 1562Hz)>|
|Type||Indicates the type of functionality the bar will control. It can be:
|Assign||When a type is selected, a button with a icon is displayed to allow you to connect the bar to the desired functionality. Depending on which type you chose, clicking on this button will display the DMX channels, Functions or Virtual Console widgets selection dialogs.|
|Info||This column displays some additional information about the bar--functionality association.
Depending on the type you chose, you will find the number of DMX channels, the function name or the VC Widget name selected displayed here
|Disable threshold||When selecting a Function or a VC Widget button, this column allows you to set a deactivation threshold percentage. When the spectrum or volume bar goes below this value, the associated function/VC button will be stopped/deactivated.|
|Enable threshold||When selecting a Function or a VC Widget button, this column allows you to set an activation threshold percentage. When the spectrum or volume bar goes above this value, the associated function/VC button will be started/activated.|
|Divisor||For speed dials and cue lists, this will divide the taps by the selected number - only every n-th tap will be actually sent to the speed dial. In other words, the tap happens only on every n-th beat. If you want the tap on every beat, enter 1, for every other beat enter 2. For once in a 4/4 measure, enter 4. For once in 3 4/4 measures, enter 12. Maximum is 64.|
You can choose one or more channels of the currently patched fixtures. Those channels will be set proportionally to total volume, or volume in a particular frequency band.
You can select one or more functions. Those functions are started when volume goes above the Enable threshold in respective band, and stopped when it goes below the Disable threshold.
You can select only ONE widget here, either a button, a slider or a speed dial. Depending on the type:
For Speed dials and Cue Lists, the tap/button press happens when the volume goes above the Enable threshold, and won't happen again until the volume falls below the Disable threshold. This probably means you will have to set the thresholds a little closer to each other than for buttons.