Audio Signal Flow

Typically, programs are loaded into slots. Each slot is connected to an output bus. The audio busses from the program send their signals to the audio bus of the slot.

A program can contain a single or multiple zones, or one or more layers. Layers can contain other layers, which in turn can contain zones. The output of the zones is mixed to the audio busses of the layers of the next higher level or directly to the program.


If a layer does not have an audio bus, its zones are automatically routed to the next higher audio bus.