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    Stacking the Emperor in GS2?

    Stacking the PMI Emperor to get full potential ......
    I'm hoping not to have to link 3 ports and lose use of all other channels ... and my thought is that possibly this will be able to be done using 3 channels on 1 port?

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Stacking the Emperor in GS2?

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_Karl
    Stacking the PMI Emperor to get full potential ......
    I'm hoping not to have to link 3 ports and lose use of all other channels ... and my thought is that possibly this will be able to be done using 3 channels on 1 port?

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks!
    You could use your sequencer to have three tracks with omni in, each fed to one channel in GS2.

    That's all I can think of, but I don't own GS2, so I'm not sure what other workaround there may be.

    Belbin

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    Re: Stacking the Emperor in GS2?

    Quote Originally Posted by belbin
    You could use your sequencer to have three tracks with omni in, each fed to one channel in GS2.

    That's all I can think of, but I don't own GS2, so I'm not sure what other workaround there may be.

    Belbin
    Yes. That seems like a good plan.
    I'll give it a try ... first with the port stacking to see what it sounds like
    and then compare to channel stackng to see if it's the same.

    Thanks

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    Re: Stacking the Emperor in GS2?

    Seems to work best with the port stacking.

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