I know, I’ve used it. But by that definition, cubase is also a multitimbral program. As are most other music production packages out there.
You didn’t address my point that many, many pro level VSTi’s are multitimbral, in contrast to your blanket statement.
What exactly do you consider many? 5? 10? 20?
There are literally thousands of VST instruments available today. How many of them are multitimbral? Very few.
I did not presume to lecture you. I simply disagreed with you. You seem like an angry person. Have the last word, and we’ll be done with it.
Yes, I’m afraid stupidity sometimes angers me. And by stupidity I mean this discussion (not you). Your whole argument is predicated on the assumption that we differ in opinion, while failing to realize what I offered was not opinion but fact. A well known fact. And something easily checked on popular sites like K-V-R, which offer listings of practically all VST plugins available ATM.
So you’ll have to excuse me if I don’t waste my time gathering proof of something as banal and well known. I’ve had the good fortune to try out most of the plugins made in the last 12+ years, so I’m pretty sure I know what I’m talking about. But if you need evidence, you’re free to check kvr and count the plugins yourself.
Kontakt’s memory server , while helpful in some ways, is better subsumed by Ve Pro’s better distribution and handling in my experience of both.
I’ll have to take your word on this, as I’ve never used VE pro, but basic logic dictates there should be no valid reason to use 1 kontakt plugin per part, unless you’re trying to get around the ram limit of x86 OS. You might wanna contact NI support (or SB support if the problem is on their end). I’ve never had any problems with kontakt’s cpu/ram usage, but then again, I’ve never used more than 2 instances (32 parts) at once.