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RSD's ABEdit Software for the AB64 - Playback Window

Playback Window

The Playback Window chooses and plays internal audio selections. Use the Live mode to start, stop, and shuttle selections live.

Use the Setup mode to precisely set up multiple selection starting points. Click Go, Stop, Load, or Resume; then Selection to display a choice of audio selections. The icon at the left changes with each command.

Copy Arrow This button copies Live data to the Setup mode. This is useful when you start a particular selection at a specified time and you want to put this information into a cue.

The number at left of each selection name is the selection number. The AudioBox AB64 holds over 8000 selections.

If you choose Bell 1 in channel 9, the setup messages created by each button are:

Play Button AudioBox Device 0/Playback/GO/Selection 1.0.0.0/Channel 9

Stop Button AudioBox Device 0/Playback/STOP/Selection 1.0.0.0/Channel 9

Load Button AudioBox Device 0/Playback/LOAD/Selection 1.0.0.0/Channel 9

Resume Button AudioBox Device 0/Playback/RESUME/Selection 1.0.0.0/Channel 9
RESUME defines the point at which the track resumes playing whenever it STOPs for any reason. This is a powerful function which allows looping, vamping, insertion of chorus variations and autocompletion of selections at will, amongst many other possibilities.


'ALL Channels' Buttons (in the top left)

Shuttle Buttons These buttons synchronously Fast Reverse, Stop, Go and Fast Forward all enabled channels simultaneously.

FAST REVERSE sends a load message for all channels that are stopped and not disabled, with a time of 1 second behind the current playback location.
STOP sends a null STOP (a message with no selection number or time) which simply stops all currently playing selections.
GO sends a null GO (a message with no selection number or time) which simply starts all currently stopped selections.
FAST FORWARD sends a load message for all channels that are stopped and not disabled, with a time of 1 second ahead of the current playback location.

Camera The Camera button opens a snapshot window which allows you to capture the current status of all channels that are enabled and stopped and put them into a snapshot or a cue along with any type of playback command.

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