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Global chains are used to create additional sources for use throughout your patch.  You can create as many global chains as you need and assign their outputs as the source for any chain anywhere.
 
Global chains are used to create additional sources for use throughout your patch.  You can create as many global chains as you need and assign their outputs as the source for any chain anywhere.
  
'''How to create a global chain:'''
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==Creation==
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This is a step-by-step description of the process of creating a new global chain.
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<gallery widths=266px heights=148px>
 
<gallery widths=266px heights=148px>
 
File:global-chains-create-step1.png|Switch to the admin section.
 
File:global-chains-create-step1.png|Switch to the admin section.
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File:global-chains-create-step4-5.png|Create a mono chain (press S1) or a stereo chain (press S2), give it a name...
 
File:global-chains-create-step4-5.png|Create a mono chain (press S1) or a stereo chain (press S2), give it a name...
 
File:global-chains-create-step6.png|and press ENTER.  
 
File:global-chains-create-step6.png|and press ENTER.  
File:global-chains-create-step7.png|Dive into the newly created chain and populate it with the desired units.
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File:global-chains-create-step7.png|Dive into the newly created chain and populate it with the desired units.  The output of the resulting chain will be available as an assignable source for other chains.
 
</gallery>
 
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'''How to assign the output of a global chain to the input of another chain:'''
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==Assignment==
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This is a step-by-step description of how to assign the output of a global chain to the input of another chain.
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<gallery widths=266px heights=148px>
 
<gallery widths=266px heights=148px>
 
File:global-chains-assign-step1a.png|Dive  into the source selection area (located at the beginning of any chain).
 
File:global-chains-assign-step1a.png|Dive  into the source selection area (located at the beginning of any chain).

Latest revision as of 01:22, 13 February 2018

Global chains are used to create additional sources for use throughout your patch. You can create as many global chains as you need and assign their outputs as the source for any chain anywhere.

Creation

This is a step-by-step description of the process of creating a new global chain.

Assignment

This is a step-by-step description of how to assign the output of a global chain to the input of another chain.