Signals
Gain: Level control (-100dB to +15dB, 0.1dB steps)
Gain (Relative): Level control that adds or subtracts a set amount from the signal. (Includes: Step control, min/max gain, and mute)
Mute: Nullifies signal to eliminate audio.
Polarity: Reverse the phase of the signal.

Meters
RMS Meter: Displays RMS level (-80dB to +40dB, 0.1dB steps)

Delays
Delay 10ms: 0 to 10ms, 0.01ms steps
Delay 50ms: 0 to 50ms, 0.05ms steps
Delay 100ms: 0 to 100ms, 0.1ms steps
Delay 500ms: 0 to 500ms, 0.5ms steps
Delay 1s: 0 to 1s, 1ms steps
Delay 2s: 0 to 2s, 2ms steps

Equalizers
Graphic Equalizer: Adjust EQ level (-30dB to +15dB, 0.1dB steps) within 10, 15 or 31 bands across the frequency range. Bands are configured in Component Property. Bypass included for each band.

Parametric Equalizer: Adjust EQ level (-30dB to +15dB, 0.1dB steps) at target Frequency (20Hz to 20kHz, 1Hz steps) will roll-off controlled by Bandwidth settings (0.01oct to 4oct, 0.01oct steps). Up to 8 bands available, configured in Object Property. Bypass included for each band.

Dynamic Equalizer: Selectable BPF, LSF/LPF, HSF/HPF (Type) to compress or expand above or below (User mode) the set Threshold (-100dB to +20dB, 0.1dB steps) at the target Frequency (20Hz to 20kHz, 1Hz steps). Set attack time (0.1ms to 2000ms, 0.1ms steps), Release time (0.1ms to 6000ms, 0.1ms steps), Ratio 1 to 40. 8 bands available with Bypass included for each band.

High Shelf Filter: Adjust frequency level above target Frequency (20Hz to 20kHz, 1Hz steps) by the EQ level (-30dB to +15dB, 0.1dB steps). Roll-off controlled by Bandwidth settings (0.01oct to 4oct, 0.01oct steps). Bypass included.

Low Shelf Filter: A
djust frequency level below target Frequency (20Hz to 20kHz, 1Hz steps) by the EQ level (-30dB to +15dB, 0.1dB steps). Roll-off controlled by Bandwidth settings (0.01oct to 4oct, 0.01oct steps). Bypass included.

All Pass Filter: First Order:
Unity gain filter. Phase shift at target frequency (20Hz to 20kHz, 1Hz steps) with degree (0 to 179.9 degrees, 0.1 degree steps). Bypass included.

All Pass Filter: Second Order:
Unity gain filter, 180 degrees. Phase shift at target frequency (20Hz to 20kHz, 1Hz steps) with roll-off controlled by the bandwidth (0.01oct to 4oct, 0.01oct steps). Bypass included.

Loudspeaker Management:
Combines commonly used Loudspeaker Management modules into one module. (Includes: Delay, Gain, Mute, Polarity, 8-band PEQ, HPF, LPF, Limiter, and Bypass)

Filters
High Pass Filter: 6-24dB/Oct: Adjusts frequency level below target Frequency (20Hz to 20kHz, 1Hz steps) with the Filter type (Butterworth, Linkwitz-Riley, Bessel) by the slope settings (6dB to 24dB/oct, 6dB/oct steps).

Low Pass Filter: 6-24dB/Oct: Adjusts frequency above below target Frequency (20Hz to 20kHz, 1Hz steps) with the Filter type (Butterworth, Linkwitz-Riley, Bessel) by the slope settings (6dB to 24dB/oct, 6dB/oct steps).

High Pass Filter: 6-48dB/Oct: Adjusts frequency level below target Frequency (20Hz to 20kHz, 1Hz steps) with the Filter type (Butterworth, Linkwitz-Riley, Bessel) by the slope settings (6dB to 48dB/oct, 6dB/oct steps).

Low Pass Filter: 6-48dB/Oct: Adjusts frequency above below target Frequency (20Hz to 20kHz, 1Hz steps) with the Filter type (Butterworth, Linkwitz-Riley, Bessel) by the slope settings (6dB to 48dB/oct, 6dB/oct steps).

Auto Feedback Suppression: Suppress or prevent audio feedback. The module creates a notch filter around loud frequencies to eliminate Feedback and includes eight bands that automatically adjust to create the filters as necessary.

FIR Filter:
Number of Taps are configured in Object Property. The higher the Taps the higher the slope in dB for the same frequency; or the lower the frequency the FIR can handle for the same slope. Generally speaking, higher frequencies require smaller number of Taps, and lower frequencies require a higher number of Taps. (Note: If Solaro MIPs% is over 100%, the design will not load.)
Custom FIR Filter

Mixers
Matrix Mixer: Mixes inputs to outputs channels (I/O configured in Object Property). Inputs include: Gain (OFF/-100dB to 0dB, 0.01dB steps), and Connect button. Outputs include: Gain (OFF/-100dB to +15dB, 0.01dB steps), and Enable button.

Input Selector:
Select which input channel is mixed to the output channel.
Output Selector: S
elect which output channel the input is mixed to.

Gating Auto Mixer:
Typically used when multiple Mics are in use but only one (or a few) should be On at a given time. This module turns Mics On based on their input signal as compared to the level of other Mics. Once a channel is activated, it typically stays on until another signal is larger. The Priority parameter ranges from 1 to 11 (with 1 being the highest, 11 being the lowest). An input with a higher priority needs less level to be gated on. The Sensitivity parameter (-16dB to 12dB, 0.01dB steps) determines the level the channel is gated. Last Mic On determines which Mic stays on when no one is talking. The maximum number of open (On) mics is set by the number of Open Mics (Open Mic Attenuation (0dB to +6dB, 0.01dB steps). Includes Input/Output Gain (-100dB to +15dB, 0.01dB steps, Input/Output Mute, Hold Time (50ms to 6000ms, 0.01ms steps), Off Gain (-90dB to -10dB, 0.1dB steps), Input meter, Auto Gain meter (-100dB to 0dB, 0.1dB steps).

Gain Sharing Auto Mixer: Automatic mixing of input channels to one output channel. Each input includes Gain (-100dB to +15dB, 0.01dB steps), Mute, Manual On, Priority (Priority ranges from 1 to 11 (with 1 being the highest, 11 being the lowest), Direct Output, Auto Gain meter (-100dB to 0dB, 0.1dB steps). Output includes Gain (-100dB to +15dB, 0.01dB steps), Response Time (0.2ms to 2000ms, 0.1ms steps), Slope (1oct to 3oct, 0.001oct steps), and Mute.

LR Mixer: Mixes inputs to Left and Right outputs. Adjust frequencies above target frequency (20Hz to 20kHz, 1Hz steps) by the EQ level (-30dB to +15dB, 0.1dB steps). Roll-off controlled by the bandwidth setting (0.01oct to 4 oct, 0.01oct steps). Bypass included.

LCR Mixer: Mixes inputs to Left, Right and Centre outputs. Includes input/output gain (-100dB to +15dB, 0.1dB steps), Input Mute and Polarity control.

Mono Mixer:
Mixes inputs to one output. Includes channel gain (-100dB to 0dB, 0.1dB steps), Master gain (-100dB to +15dB, 0.1dB steps), Mute and polarity.

Priority Selector:
Mixes inputs to one output channel. Output is the input On channel with highest priority (1 to 11) channel above the threshold (-60dBu to 0dBu, 0.01dBu steps) when threshold is enabled.

Summer:
Sums input channels to one output. (For example, can be used in a paging system. Summer output would connect to a Ducker Priority node).

Solo Mixer:
Allows quick soloing of up to 64 channels. Includes channel Gain (-100dB to 0dB, 0.1dB steps), mute, solo buttons. Select Solo Mode (Latch or Exclusive).

Room Combiner:
Mixes multiple room mixers and provides option to mix background music sources. Number of rooms and Number of Groups can be configured in Object Property. Provides 8 BGM music sources (straight passthrough or can enter rooms). Includes: Input Selection with Gain (-100dB to +15dB) Mute; BGM Selection (bring music into room) with BGM Gain (-100dB to +15dB), Mute; Output Selection (Mixes Input source with BGM); BGM Master Volume affects passthrough and what enters mixer. Room Grouping is located at bottom of module. When Control Link is selected and a group is Enabled, all controls in the room will be affected.

Dynamics
Noise Gate: Attenuate signals that register below the threshold.
Compressor:
Reduces signal level above the threshold.
Side Chain Compressor:
Compressor with Side Chain input.
Peak Limiter:
Reduces signal level above the threshold.
Expander:
Reduces the signal level below the threshold.
Side Chain Expander:
Expander with Side Chain input.
Ducker: Lowers (or ducks) the level of one audio signal based upon the level of a second audio signal.
Auto Gain Control:
Maintains volume at a set level.
ANC- Gap Sensing:
Active noise control (ANC), also known as noise cancellation, is a method for reducing unwanted ambient noise. Ambient noise is measured in output gaps. The Update Gain button causes the ANC to immediately update it's gain prior to the next scheduled reading. Acquire Threshold button with no Program input calibrates the normal ambient level. 

Generators
Sine Tone
Sine Sweep
White Noise
Pink Noise

Logic

Control

Drawing Elements
Label, Rectangle, Line, Eclipse 

Others
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Only available for DSP with AEC.
AEC (100ms), AEC (250ms):
The AEC is an adaptive filter of many thousands of coefficients. The more coefficients the more capable the AEC of estimating echo that arrive after long delay. This is usually expressed in tail length. For example, a 250 millisecond delay means that the AEC is capable of estimating echo that will arrive up to 250ms from playing the sound from the loudspeaker.
Echo Cancelling: If enabled, it estimates the echo and subtracts that estimate from the microphone signal, therefore reducing the echo in the microphone significantly without any distortion.
Noise Reduction: If enabled, it reduces the background noise in the microphone signal by the user-specified Noise Reduction Level (-40dB to 0dB, 0.1dB steps).
DC Filter: If enabled, it will remove very low frequency components of the microphone signal, which is usually just noise.
Double Talk Echo Reduction (dB):
Reduces any residual echo that is left over after the Noise Reduction parameter.
Comfort Noise Generator: If enabled, it will estimate the background noise and insert the estimated noise where the echo suppressor may have removed the background noise so that a continuous audio stream is obtained. The amount of noise added is controlled by the Comfort Noise Level (-60dB to -30dB, 0.1dB steps) and should be adjusted to match the background noise in the room.
Delay:
Used to compensate for long delays that may occur if the loudspeaker and microphone are too far apart.
Reset button: Resets the AEC module to its initial state.
Each of the above sub-modules can be enabled or disabled at any time during operation with changes taking effect immediately.

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