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    The app for the Yamaha LS9, for example, allows the pad to follow the board select, and on a separate switch, for the board to follow the pad; turning the latter off can be handy for using the pad as a low-rent monitor mix surface.

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    I will unpack “spills” as “displays the DCA members on channel strips, while the button is down” and +1 that as well.

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    The Behringer/Midas boards use Go as well; it’s parallel to the Go button on ETC light boards, and in Qlab, and is aimed at theatrical use, since that’s the word your stage manager cues you with.

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