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fader

[′fād·ər]
(electronics)
A multiple-unit level control used for gradual changeover from one microphone, audio channel, or television camera to another.
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With its new patented concept of colour coding the faders, Stage Tec supports a fast workflow.
ScreenBuilder scripting ranges from basic commands for adjusting levels and turning mics on or off, to more complex routines such as determining the source connected to a fader and then displaying the name of that source on the screen.
"At no point have I opened these faders at the right time.
alongside him twiddled his fiddled faders But Kev and Terry - or was it Frank and Paul (I had to ask them three times which was which) - were smashing guests and, after a panicked hour, I'd reached the 7 o'clock news without too much airwave carnage.
Hansel comments, "Using a mouse to mix audio has always been frustrating, so it's no surprise to see editors get excited about touch sensitive motorized faders when it comes to mixing audio in Media Composer faster and more accurately than ever before.
The new issue of FADER has the most awesomely grimey cover.
- BallisticBluebird COME on, Cardiff are a thoroughly decent club with no faders.
Faders are favoured Last year's winner Tom Kite, 58, won for the second time thanks to Scott Simpson missing a two-foot par putt at the 16th hole on Sunday Course winners taking part David Eger, Tom Kite (2), Denis Watson When to bet By 7.30pm today Weather forecast Fair chance of rain today but drying out as the weekend wears on.
The company sources a large range of components such as manual, motorised and cross faders, potentiometers, encoders and connectors, mainly from the Far East.
MOLLY MCQUEEN: Female threesome The Faders quickly faded from the scene and split earlier this year but lead singer Molly McQueen is back as a solo artist, with her debut single a new version of a Faders' tune.
Welcome Bananarama, Lucie Silvas, Ben Adams, Faders, Uniting Nations, Freefaller and Rowetta.
It's not often a boy gets to listen in on a girlie gossip session but interviewing new guitar-wielding girl band The Faders, that's what I'm treated to.