Just got GPO and I use it as an AU in Logic 6.3.3 OS 10.3.2. When you\'re using GPO in Logic, do you use it as a \'multi-channel\' audio instrument plug-in or stereo? I\'m trying to figure out the best way to use it so I can take full advantage of the 8-channel capabilities of the GPO kontakt player. Should I use the multichannel plug, set up my ensemble and then use stereo aux objects for channels 3-4, 5-6, 7-8? Then set the aux outputs to the different physical outputs on my audio interface? Or is it better in Logic to use only 1 program per GPO plug (stereo) and assign each plug to a separate audio instrument track? What do you guys do?
Also, the manual says that the included ambience reverb has special presets for the library and that you could read about it in the ambience pdf file in the CD folder. But there was no pdf in the folder, just 2 ambience plug-in documents (\'ambience\' and \'ambience 1\'). Assuming they are VST\'s and not AU\'s, I tried to run them through the VST-to-AU adapter, but they wouldn\'t load up in Logic. What\'s the deal with that?