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Old 04-24-2019, 04:51 AM   #2
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Hello vicent and welcome to these forums. You'll find many helpful people here and a lot of useful information. Make sure that you:
Try this (don't worry, this takes longer to read than to do )
  • right-click in the TCP (Track Control Panel) area below any existing tracks
  • select "Insert virtual instrument on new track"
  • select Kontakt
  • click [Yes] on the "Build Routing confirmation" window; that will create tracks for all of the audio outputs from Kontakt,
  • open the FX window for the Kontakt track (click the [fx] button)
  • (optionally)select [Options] >> "Build 16 channel of MIDI routing to this track"
  • disable Recarm for the Kontakt track
Now you will have (optionally) 16 tracks sending MIDI (on channels 01 ... 16 respectively) to Kontakt and several tracks for the audio outputs from Kontakt.

In Kontakt:
  • create additional Mixer channels in the Outputs section as needed (and you can save the config as a default or a preset).
  • route them to the different plug-in outputs,
  • load your instruments and set the routing for each one - receiving MIDI on a particular MIDI channel AND sending its audio to a particular Mixer channel
  • in this case, set the Duduk to receive MIDI on [A]1 and output audio to st.1 and set the Tambourine to receive MIDI on [A]2 and output audio to st.2

Back in Reaper, name your MIDI and audio tracks for their instruments "Duduk" for the first of each and "Tambourine" for the second of each) and add / record the MIDI notes.

Save all the tracks as a Track Template for later.

And here's a screenshot, using Kontakt 4 (the Reaper theme is not the default, so will look different):
>>> https://i.imgur.com/6Q9NViA.png
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