01X Owner’s Manual
Controls and Connectors
Before UsingBasics SectionAppendix Getting StartedReference
@1 [SELECTED CHANNEL] button
This button switches between the Selected Channel mode
(the lamp lights) and Multi Channel mode (the lamp is off).
●Selected Channel mode
In this mode, the display shows several parameters (or
functions) for a single, selected channel--selected by
pressing the [SEL] button (page 17).
●Multi Channel mode
In this mode, the display shows a single parameter (or
function) for all eight channels in the selected layer.
@2 [EQ] buttons
These buttons call up the display for the EQ settings of
each channel (page 96). The attenuation for each Input
Channel can also be adjusted in each page (in the Selected
@3 [PAN] button
This button calls up the display for the pan settings of each
channel (page 99).
@4 [SEND] button
This button calls up the display for the AUX Send settings
of each channel (page 100).
@5 [DYNAMICS] button
This button calls up the display for the Dynamics settings
of each channel (page 100). The parameters can be set in
the Selected Channel mode; the Multi Channel mode has
only Dynamics on/off switches.
@6 [GROUP] button
This button calls up the display for assigning multiple
channels to fader or mute groups, and for pairing adjacent
faders (page 101).
@7 [EFFECT] button
This button calls up the display for the effect settings of
each channel (page 102).
@8 MIXER/LAYER buttons
In the Internal mode, these are used to switch among input
layers (page 40). In the Remote mode, they are used to
switch among banks (page 15).
@9 BANK [</ >] (Left/Right) buttons
These buttons are used to select the next/previous layer
(page 40) or bank (page 15), in groups of eight channels.
#0 [FLIP] button
When this button is set to on, the functions of the channel
knobs and the channel faders are switched. To set both the
faders and the channel knobs to control the channel knob
function, simultaneously hold down the [SHIFT] button
and turn this button on (the lamp ﬂashes).
#1 [SHIFT] button
This button is used in combination with other buttons to
select alternate functions and operations.
The functions of these buttons may differ depending on
your particular software. Refer to the Remote Function
List (page 104)
#2 [EDIT] button
#3 [LOOP] button
#4 [F1] - [F8] (Function 1 - 8) buttons
#5 [UNDO] button
#6 [SAVE] buttonPAGEMIXER/LAYERBANK/FLIP/SHIFTRemote Control Buttons