Patepro wrote:Don't understand why you're that happy. What is new ? Even when you have multiple outputs (you had
them in the vst-instrument too -f11) - you have to map again midi tracks to these outputs. Wheres the benefit ?
Patepro wrote:In C7 you got all the outputs in the vst folder and had to map manually midi channels to vst channels.
in C7.5 you got all outputs as instrument outputs and you have map manually midi chsnnels to instrument outputs.
Where do you ses the advantage of C7.5 approach ?
Patepro wrote:yes of course. When you enhance one instance of omnisphere in c7 from one stereo output to lets say four outputs there are automatically four audio channels generated. vst audio channels. Thats just the same as before. the problems is still the same - you have to map manually midi channels to these outputs. before vst channels now instrument channels (both audio). again - wheres the benefit ?
Dont misunderstand me - loving cubase but i just dont understand it.
Steve Helstrip wrote:Have to say, I'm also struggling to understand the benefits of the multi-out track instruments over the existing method. What benefit does it bring?
MickGael wrote:Johnstaf, have you figured out how to remove instruments from the panel? I've looked at the supporting docs - and the GUI itself - and for the life of me I can't figure out how to remove them.
Soul-Burn wrote:It helps with things like programmed drums.
In 7, you have to make a midi track + f11 instrument which opens another track for the instrument and its outputs.
In 7.5, you have just one instrument track, with the MIDI on it and the outputs directly beneath it.
Patepro wrote:Hi johnstaf,
in the c7 vst rack you can open multiple outs at once for an vst-instrument. You dont have to do it one by one. Its just the described missing integrated midi tracks.
Soul-Burn wrote:@JMCecil Serious question, what do you need 8 or 9 group tracks, coming from your 8 or 9 outputs from the plugin? Having that many groups is not convenient whether it's the old rack or the new rack. But it's still a tad more convenient now, having 2 tracks less. When you have 20 tracks from the same instrument, sure it's not much, but when you have just 6 or 7, it's nice having 2 less.
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