The Centroid is a 16-track studio mixer. Each of the 16 channels have the same functionality, each channel includes a semi-parametric equaliser, panning and gain controls. The centroid also includes 2 auxiliary send/return inputs, this makes it possible for 2 different effect chains to be inputed through the device. Each channel has a set of controls which can be used to determine how much the signal from each channel is affected by the inputed effects. The Centroid is a very tough machine that will still work even if you stand on it.
This is where each inputed channel can be adjusted individually. All of the 16 channels include exactly the same parameters, for this reason the below image only labels the parameters of Channel 3.
NOTE: The below image only shows the controls found on channel 3 although all channel parameters work the same way for each channel.
The master controls are similar to the master controls of any other device, they control the device master output and allow for adjustments to be made to the output signal rather than each channel individually. The master controls also include the master controls and inputs for both aux 1 and 2.
NOTE: The below image only shows the controls for aux 1 since the controls for aux 1 and 2 are exactly the same.
The Centroid includes 2 auxiliary modules. These each allow for an effect or a chain of effects to be inputed into the device, an effect pedals input can be plugged into send and the effect pedal output can be plugged into the return input. This makes it possible to add the effect to all, some or just one of the Centroid's channels. It is then possible to adjust how much the effect or chain of effects will affect each channel individually. As well as the individual controls for aux 1 and 2 found in each channel aux 1 and 2 also have master level controls which are labelled on the above image.
Below: The below image shows a Reverb effect pedal utilising send/return with aux 1.