Hi, I've been struggling like crazy since yesterday to figure out why Monark was only working on channel 1 in Reaktor, and why other instances of Monark on other channels failed to work in spite of receiving correct midi input in my DAW. After reading many posts on the web, I came to understand that Monark’s factory midi settings were set by default to 1 instead of “omni” (like other NI’s instruments, which is downright stupid). Eventually I came across a solution which seemed to work at first: - 1: I opened Reaktor standalone version, and accessed “edit” and “connect” - 2: I set midi channel from 1 to omni - 3: I saved Monark’s ensemble to ensure that settings would be applied by default from then on - 4 I opened my DAW (Samplitude Music Studio 2017), and created several midi tracks with 1 instance of Reaktor/Monark for each. I checked for each instance that midi in was still set at “omni”. They were. - 5: I then checked that all the tracks were receiving midi input: sure enough, I had chosen a different presets for each instance - 6: Then: bingo: it worked! All tracks were working perfectly It could have been a happy end but…. - I closed Samplitude - I wanted to test it out again from step 2 - And then: it didn’t work anymore: sound was coming out from channel 1, but all other Monark instances on other tracks were desperately mute - So I checked in Reaktor’s instances midi in: they were all set at “omni” - I went back to Reaktor standalone, saved again, opened my DAW again, and created various tracks with Reaktor and Monark for each… still the same issue. I’ve tried about 10 times in a row, even shut down my computer and fired it up again. To no avail. It’s getting frustrating, I’m tearing my hair out: what’s wrong with Reaktor? Why did it work perfectly the first time? Do I have to do something with the .dll? Help!