This project consists of one show, which plays an ambient sound in loop mode.


If a push button is triggered the ambient sound should fade to a lower volume level. After the release of the push button the volume should fade back to the original level. If a second push button is triggered the ambient sound should abruptly jump to a lower volume level within no delay.


Therefore we use two different commands. The command !cfmX<Y# will fade the volume within a certain time span, whereby X is the level of the volume and Y is the time in seconds. The second command is !cmvX#, whereby the level of the volume will be changed abruptly to the value which is inserted instead of the X.


The content of the Control.ini file looks like this:


!
!i1c!rsnl1#

!i1c!cmv28#
!i2c!cfm10<15#
!i2o!cfm28<20#
!i3c!cmv5#
!i3o!cmv28#

 


1st line: If input 1 is closed (!i1c), the first show (001_SHOW.WM1) will start in loop mode (!rsnl1).


2nd line: If input 1 is closed (!i1c), the level of the volume will be set to 28 (!cmv28).


3rd line: If input 2 is closed (!i2c), then the volume level will fade within 15 seconds from the current volume level to 10 (!cfm10<15).


4th line: If input 2 is open (!i2o), then the volume level will fade within 20 seconds from the current volume level to 28 (!cfm28<20).


5th line: If input 3 is closed (!i3c), then the volume level will change abruptly from the current volume level to 5 (!cmv5).


6th line: If input 3 is open (!i3o), then the volume level will change abruptly from the current volume level to 28 (!cmv28).


 

Attention!

If you are using a ProCommander® PHX or a ProCommander® LX you have to add a ":" and the number of the audio channel after the !cfmX command.
For example if you want to change the volume of the second audio channel with a fade the command have to look like this !cfm28<10:2#!