Started by Harbinger, September 15, 2009, 19:32:52
Quote1. When a note with a VST-attached instrument is called in a channel with a VST assignment, the Instrument VST OVERRIDES the Channel VST, so that 2 VSTs are never applied to one channel. My tests have verified that the Channel VST receives no audio signal. Bug or limitation?
Quote from: "Jojo"Does the Instrument VSTi output its signal to the channel VST? If it's not set up to do so, it will output to the master output. Also, note that the VSTi has to have a lower FX number than the channel FX.
Quote from: "Harbinger"The Channel vs. Instrument VST limitation is tolerable, in that only one or the other can output, but it seems the use of macros in its current state is illogical.....
Quote from: "Harbinger"Oh i disagree completely. VST channel assignments streamline a process, and enable a VST to "sit" in a channel, waiting for any instrument that uses it. I can put a Delay in a channel and call notes with various instruments into the channel to apply the Delay; this saves me from having to route the instrument to the VST and apply Wet/Dry settings. Believe me -- this little feature is worth having in one's tracking repertoire. :wink:
Quote from: "Harbinger"It looks as though the one-VST-per-channel is a time-honored limitation.