Your screen is split into 2 channel layers.
Each channel layer is individually managed, so you can control up to 2 independent channels simultaneously.
A layer consists of a Volume RMS Sphere, Toggle Indicators channel related Buttons and
Below the Volume Sphere, you can see toggle indicators for Mute/Solo and Record-Ready.
The Pan is displayed as a half circle, so you have some visual feeling when it comes to panorama settings.
The Volume Sphere is your loudness indicator. The louder your channel is, the more it is growing and pumping.
Clipping will be displayed by showing a red circle around the sphere.
Depending on your current Clip-Holding setting, the circle will either immediately disappear when clipping is over, or stay in the "clipped" mode.
In this case, use the appearing button next to your sphere to reset the clipping.
You can use your m.phase as the perfect companion to your mouse with the Channel-Link Mode.
With this mode enabled, your left channel will be automatically linked to the selected channel in your DAW.
Improve your workflow by making this layer fullscreen, and immediately adjust volume, pan and other m.phase features while selecting channels with your mouse inside your DAW.
This mode can be enabled in the settings section of m.phase and will be displayed with an indicator in your left channel.
Changing the volume is simple, just use one finger and scroll up or down.
This gesture is designed to mimic the handling of a good old fader in combination with the power of touching anywhere on the channel layer.
If you use a second finger next to your volume finger, you can enable the Volume Trim feature, which gives you a more precise handling of your volume.
This gesture gives you a natural way to change panorama settings.
Start by touching with a new finger below your volume touch finger. After that, you may remove all other fingers to only adjust the pan.
Now move left or right to change the current pan value.
A faster movement speeds up your ratio.
You can also use the this gesture repeatedly, while your volume finger remains on the device.
This gives you the ability to use less space and still make greater distances.
Use a fast 3-finger swipe upwards, to set your channel to SOLO.
Once in this mode, you can disable it with a 3-finger swipe down.
To MUTE the channel, start with the swipe down.
The toggle indicators help you to remember the gestures, because Solo is above Mute.
These gestures have been designed to be accurate and secure.
This means your volume value won't be changed, even though you might not execute this gesture 100% correct.