The master section provides controls to set the attenuation of the two auxiliary sends, as well as the output volume and panorama.

Centroid master section
Figure 7.16.2: The Centroid's master section.

  1. Send level 1 and 2: These knobs attenuate the volume of each auxiliary send output in decibels. Note: A signal connected to either auxiliary return will be heard only if you connect a device to the corresponding auxiliary send.
  2. Pan: This knob sets the panorama of the master output mix from hard left to hard right. Note: This knob sets panorama by crossing the left or the right channel to its opposite respectively. This might be relevant when panning a stereo signal.
  3. Level: This slider attenuates the volume of the master output mix in decibels.
  4. Peak meter: These indicators show a representation of the volume of the master output signal in the left and right audio channels respectively. Above each bar, a clipping indicator lights up whenever the signal volume in the corresponding channel causes clipping to occur.


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