Morning rounik, I attempted this myself as well, but I'm not sure how to approach this...
Could you possibly give me a small workthrough of your set up.
I know this has to do with creating a soft inst (I'm not sure whether it needs to be a multi, as we will create external midi instruments to hook up to a multi instrument we will create in Environment, right?) and loading Kontakt with lets say 16x Stereo into it, then going and creating output channels for each Stereo pair.
This by the way is a little confusing in Kontakt. They arranged a setup that consists of 2 stereo channels, 4 AUX and 1 Stereo, while leaving the other unused and un-named channels 'unassigned'.
Is there a way to get rid of their setup and rename the AUX channels and Surround to stereo outputs (st.3 to 16)?
Ok, well, lets say I assigned different outputs within Kontakt, I loaded different instruments on different midi channels and send them all to their new outputs within Kontakt.
What do I do in Logic? Here is what I think... please correct me if you don't mind...
1. create a multi Inst in Environment, enable its midi channels, uncheck Icon so they are independent. Connect this multi to a Transformer to enable control within Kontakt and not a global channel control. connect the Transformer to the Kontakt channel.
2. create External Midi channel strips per instrument loaded in Kontakt and assign the right midi Channel.
so I'm getting now different channel strips that enable sound from Kontakt on different midi channels. But External Midi channel strips have no EQ capability of course
3. Now what? :) Do I need to create also Audio channels and set the input to Kontakt's different Stereo outputs? I don't see the outputs I created within Kontakt in Logic's Inputs.
I know this is long.. but do you manage to follow my terrible explanation?