The concept of "paging" or "layering" is eliminated. Instead the operator is invited to create groups of mix or musically related channels, which are structured around the process of mixing the show. This is preferable to locating target channels from arbitrary "layers" or "pages" which have no logical delineation and often start and end at inconvenient points (i.e. half-way through a logical sequence of inputs).
There are three types of groupings available on PR02: VCA (Variable Control Associations) MCA (Mix Control Associations) and POPulation groups. These groups are identified using colour coding and high-visibility labelling and further supported by the full-colour daylight-visible TFT screen. Selecting a VCA or POP group will bring all of the members of that group to the designated area of the control surface, populating from the VCA area outwards. If the group has more members than visible input channels, the group can be viewed either by scrolling the input faders, or pressing the EXTEND button. This will populate the VCA fader area with the additional input channels.