The Centroid is a software simulation of a mixing console. It outputs the mix of up to 16 input signals plus two auxiliary returns. It provides controls to set the gain, equalization, panorama and level of each input signal, route it to two auxiliary sends, as well as solo and mute it. The auxiliary sends for each input signal can be set as pre or post-fader. You can set the volume of each auxiliary send, as well as the volume and panorama of the output signal. The Centroid offers the most efficient way to combine, route and process many audio signals and produce a master mix. Note: A Centroid is always added by default to an empty template.

Centroid
Figure 7.16: The Centroid.

The interface of the Centroid is divided in two sections: the channels section and the master section.

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