You’ll notice a button labeled COMP immediately above the T-Bar. Clicking it opens the Comp Bin, which provides powerful layer and effect control features. We’re going to discuss the Comp Bin in full soon (Section 14.8), but at this point we do want to take the opportunity to distinguish them from Switcher MEMs. Bumping the cursor at the left edge of the screen reveals a fully functional MEM bin with features that are quite similar those provided for Comps in both the main Switcher and M/E banks. The primary difference between MEMs and Comps is that the former retain (and apply) all settings in the Switcher, including source selections.
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