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QLab 4 Show Control, 2nd Edition by Jeromy Hopgood

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9Control Cues

 

 

 

Thus far, we have examined the use of the Audio Cue and how Fade Cues affect their playback. In addition to Fade Cues, there are a group of cues called Control Cues that affect playback of other cues in the workspace. When looking at the Toolbar, the control cues are listed in the seventh grouping located to the right of the screen. The following sections detail the use and function of each of the control cues.

9.1 — Start, Stop, and Pause Cues

No sound system would be considered functional without the ability to start, stop, or pause an audio file. In the case of QLab, these functions are provided in the form of three different Control Cues. When looking at the Toolbar, the icons should be easily spotted, as they are ...

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