The switch controls are two-state switches. These controls use the MIXERCONTROLDETAILS_BOOLEAN
structure to retrieve and set control properties. The following table
describes the types of switches.
||The generic switch. It can be set to TRUE or FALSE.
||Set to TRUE for all buttons that the driver should handle as though they had
been pressed. If the value is FALSE, no action is taken.
||An alternative switch that is represented by a graphic other than the one used
for the Boolean switch. It can be set to ON or OFF.
||Mutes an audio line (suppressing the data flow of the line) or allows the
audio data to play. This switch is frequently used to help control the lines
feeding into the mixer.
||Switches between mono and stereo output for a stereo audio line. Set to OFF to
play stereo data as separate channels. Set to ON to combine data from both
channels into a mono audio line.
||Boosts low-volume bass for an audio line. Set to ON to boost low-volume bass.
Set to OFF to set volume levels to normal. The amount of boost is hardware
specific. For more information, see the documentation for your mixer device.
||Increases stereo separation. Set to ON to increase stereo separation. Set to
OFF for no enhancement.
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