So I’m trying to Multitrack the 8 Stereo Channels of Mix Master JR out into Ableton through the VCV Audio 16 and I’ve noticed that the direct outs are pre aux with the aux signal coming out of the group/aux poly out, but the issue is that the interface doesn’t have enough channels for me to multitrack record each aux on separate channels.
Does anyone have any insight or experience on how to best “merge” The corresponding aux with their channels to multitrack record so that the Auxspander essentially functions as wet/dry/Volume control for the individual effects on each channel going to Ableton? Obviously this can’t be done with Meld, Unmeld, Split, or Merge as They would bypass the poly input. I’m contemplating a possible fix with Stoermelder INFIX, but that may not do it either.
Most Likely the fix would be to take the individual Poly inputs and corresponding aux out to a 4 (and subsequent) channel (2+ stereo) mixer for each channel and then Meld → UnMeld that out to Ableton. but this seems far from the optimal solution as it would be a little cpu heavy and messy for a basic multitrack out template.