Creating a wire
To wire a module to another module, click and drag from the input/output node to another module input/output node. Only matching node types can be wired together.
Wiring between blocks can be done in multiples. You can either: Click and drag a selection box around the output nodes, Or Ctrl + Click to select individual nodes. Click and drag the highlighted output nodes to the desired input nodes
Adjusting multiple wires
Wires will need to move to accommodate wire labels or to navigate around other blocks.
To move a wire, select the corner you would like to move. A red node will appear and allow you to move the wire accordingly.
To move a group of wires, click and drag a selection box around the corner you would like to move. Red nodes will appear and allow you to move the wires accordingly.
To add segments in a wire, highlight the wire then hover over the new segment location. A green circle with a + symbol will appear. Click and drag the new segment. To remove an additional segment, align the wire to the simplest shape.
Click and drag a red corner node to adjust the wires to the desired location.
When a number of design element blocks have been wired to a single output node of one block, all of the nodes can be labelled in one stop.
Click and drag a selection box around the wires. In the Object Property menu, rename the nodes. The input and output nodes will be renamed with the propagate label.
Source label: labels wire source
Dest. Label: labels wire destination
Propagate label: renames both source and destination nodes through the design
Click Show Advance Properties to also view the cable ID and Type information
Creating multiple processing chains
Many times in designing audio systems, making multiple processing chains are needed, like in the case of loudspeaker management for multiple zones.
Set up a string of parameter modules and rename them to have a ‘-1’ at the end of the name. If text is cutoff on module(s), drag the corner node to resize the block(s).
Click and drag a selection box around the entire string of parameters and copy/paste the modules. (Ctrl+C/Ctrl+V, or right click Copy right click the background to paste)
The duplicated modules will be numbered accordingly.
When multiple DSP Modules will need the same or similar settings, the first module can be set up, then copied and pasted.
To make a professional-looking BluePrint, some wires will need to be stacked. Under normal conditions, the wiring algorithm does not allow wires to overlap each other, as they are drawn individually.
It is helpful in larger designs to color module sections to help stay organized.
Select processing modules to be re-colored (Ctrl+Click or drag a selection box)
In the Object property menu, change the Object color/border color/Text color of the module blocks.