The Kobolt is a software simulation of a summing analog mixer. It outputs the mix of up to 16 input signals and provides controls to set the volume and panorama of each one, as well as the volume of the output signal. The Kobolt offers the most efficient way to combine a large amount of audio signals without applying any individual processing to them.

Figure 7.12: The Kobolt.

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


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