Setup Stereo selector
In Xilica Designer, drag in 2 x Input selectors (under the Mixers heading in the Component Library menu).

One input selector will be Left, the other will be Right.

In each input selector, change the number of nodes to the number of sources using the Object Property menu.

Wire the sources to the input selector. (Left channel goes to left input selector, right channel goes to right input selector).

Label each wire. (Use the Propogate label to label both input and output nodes at once)


XWP Control
Open the XWP control.

Tile the XWP and Solaro design window side-by-side. 

Double click the first input selector. Click and drag the drop-down button onto an XWP item. 

Double click the second input selector. Click and drag the drop-down button on top of the same XWP item. When stacking items, the item slot will turn green.

With the item slot highlighted, the Control List (in Object Property) will list all controls programmed to the button.

Use the rotary encoder to choose the desired source.


XTouch Control
Open the XTouch control.

Tile the XTouch control and the Solaro design window side-by-side.

Double click the first input selector. Click and drag the drop-down button onto the XTouch Control work area. 

Double click the second input selector. Click and drag the drop-down button on top of the same item. When stacking items, the item will turn green.

With the item slot highlighted, the Control List (in Object Property) will list all controls programmed to the button.

If you do not want a drop-down menu button, change the Dial Type in Object Property. For this example, we will create Radio buttons.

Change the Dial Type to Radio button and copy and paste (Ctrl+C/Ctrl/V) the button to the number of sources.

Select each button and choose the Control Action Value in Object Property to each source number.

 

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