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Old 03-01-2007, 04:01 PM
chromebison chromebison is offline
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Default Plug-ins with multiple audio outputs, plz help!

so i got reaktor the other day and i notice that some of the modules have multiple stereo audio outputs that can be routed to specific tracks in pro tools. so i hook up sinebeats this way and im getting nothing on the tracks i have audio routed to besides the initial track where reaktor was setup. i have "use single outs" selected, the mixer in sinebeats assisgned to different outputs, and i have the respective plug-in inputs selected on the tracks to recieve audio in pro tools.

so does RTAS just not support plugins with multiple stereo outputs?

btw i'm running reaktor 5.1.2, pro tools 7.1 LE, and a 1.6GHz core duo gateway laptop PC.

any help will be much appreciated,

-cb
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