oh.. but each port is still limited by 16 midi channels?
Good news, thanks!newsflash. LPX 10.4.5 just hit with the 1000 tracks, etc. I notice they updated multi-out plugins to 25 stereo channels.. compared to 16 before. So that's something... Seems to have broken VEP multi midi port, but still checking it out...
1000 inst channels aren't showing up for me either... so dunno...
MIDI Ports are always 16 Channels. That's part of the original spec from 1983.oh.. but each port is still limited by 16 midi channels?
so what are the advantages that wherent there before?
i thought it was like in cubase that each port (one VEP plugin insert) would be able to load up to 64 midi channels (max of instruments in kontakt). thus, reducing the amount of port connections to just 4.
Thanks. Its too bad that this number isn't variable based on the setting in VEP preferences like in other DAWS. I see that in today's update they bumped it up to 25? In PT/VEP I have this set to 64 stereo inputs. I don't always use all 64 inputs but I do often get up to more than 40. I feel like the multi port availability becomes less useful without audio i/o to correspond.LPX is limited to 16 stereo channels coming from any instrument plugin. So you'd be limited to 16 stereo channels per VEP instance.
Good point, but it didn't solve my problem.For those still having problems loading the AU3 plugin, make sure you have enough audio outputs per instance allocated in VE Pro Server preferences. For instance, for the 25 output multi version, you need to allocate 50 outputs.
I'm guessing you are having difficulty getting more than one port connected to the server. Here's the easiest way I have found to do all this.This is probably way too much to ask, but would anyone be willing to explain how to use AU3 version of VEP7?