Common controls


Both programs share the following control/user interface elements.
isolate
edit
keep
copy
paste
isolate from cue change. On cue changes the settings of the slot are not recalled.
open cue parameter window for editing. A fast way to check and edit presets.
save settings into current cue (local to slot)
copy settings from current cue (saves current cue number as data source)
paste copied settings into current cue
solo switch, LSD: solo listening, LVD: small effect preview
DSP switch, in LVD not necessary. Use carefully with plugins which send audio direct to the output.
dsp
slot selection to show all parameters in the edit pane
effects selection menu, click to show all available plugins
crossfade time between cues
LSD
LVD
global
Master DSP and Jitter on/off switches. In LSD the audio processing is started and stopped, in LVD it affects the main Jitter clock, too.
In both programs DSP status opens the audio hardware settings window. Here you configure the programs to match your audio hardware.