I've got a question for VSL Special Edition owners out there. I'm thinking about buying it, but I found out that it uses one VSTi instance per instrument, instead of 8 per instance like the Kontakt player. This will result in quite a number of separate instances each with it's own window. I'm just wondering if anyone has found this to be hard to work with, or if it's substantially less manageable that the K2 player. I can't imagine that it's better having each separate. Maybe I'm concerned because I'm using Cubase, which doesn't allow me to name instances of VSTi's, so I'm just imagining sifting through a big list of instruments all named 'Vienna_34' and such. (Any Cubase users know how to give names to instances?). But it just seems like it's potentially a bit of a hassle, for example, what if I delete a MIDI track before deleting it's corresponding VSTi instance - what was that instance, Vienna16, or maybe Vienna28? It's probably not a huge deal, and I like the demos I've heard, but I have limited funds these days and just doing my due dilligence.
Any opinions/experiences are much appreciated.