Moderator controls are used to modify the state of the conference, such as lowering the volume, mute a participant, and such.

Note: These controls are going to apply across the entire conference session. You cannot apply these controls to a single member.


*Energy: Energy level required for audio to be sent to the other users. The energy level is a minimum threshold of 'voice energy' that must be present before audio is bridged into the conference. Useful if a participant is in a noisy environment, so their background noise is heard only when they speak. 

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