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AuxIn / AuxOut
Additional live audio interface inputs and outputs for multichannel and surround sound.
AuxIn and AuxOut are input and output contraptions for multi-channel audio interfaces. By using AuxIn and AuxOut, separate channels in AudioMulch can be assigned to specific channels of the interface.
AuxIn and AuxOut contraptions have no parameters or Property Editor.
You can configure which audio interface inputs and outputs map to which AuxIn and AuxOut contraptions in the Settings / Preferences dialog box. Go to the Settings / Preferences Dialog Box section of this Help File for information about how to adjust these settings.
Relevant Example Files
The following file provides an example of how AuxIn / AuxOut can be used.
To open the Example Files directory, go to the File menu, select Open, and double-click on the Examples folder. Read descriptions of the example files here.
Suggested Uses and Practical Applications
Andrew Bencina says: “While designed for use with multichannel audio interfaces it's worth noting that these contraptions may also come in handy when working with a much more basic setup. For example, when using the SoundIn contraption to play a sound file from the hard disk, an AuxIn contraption may be used to channel audio into AudioMulch via your audio interface's microphone or line input.”