The Mixer panel in the Sample deck, controls aspects of each pad, and like the controls in other areas of the Sample deck, change color to match the selected pad. You can also adjust the Mixer panel parameters for all pads by holding shift on your keyboard while clicking on multiple pads to select several at a time (controls turn white in this case). Double-click on a Mixer control to reset it to the default value.
Gain: Increases or decreases the maximum volume that the selected pad or pads can reach.
High: Reduces or increases the high frequency content in the selected pad or pads.
Mid: Reduces or increases the mid frequency content in the selected pad or pads.
Low: Reduces or increases the low frequency content in the selected pad or pads.
Filter: Turn clockwise to engage a high pass filter, and counter-clockwise to engage a low pass filter, on the selected pad or pads.
Pan: Send a percentage of the audio signal to either left or right stereo fields. Turn clockwise to pan right, and counter-clockwise to pan left.
Peak: A small red indicator will light up directly above the fader, when the channel signal exceeds 0db. Decrease channel gain or volume to avoid this.
Fader: Click and drag the fader up to increase the volume of the selected pad, or down to decrease the volume of the selected pad. Note that while adjusting the Fader, you will see a floating dB (decibel) label to accurately indicate the Fader’s currently selected position & value.