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Can I use more than one submix input in MultiGrid?

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I would like to set up some side chain compression with a routing between Grid tracks independant of the standard audio signal path. Is this possible?
asked Nov 23, 2016 in Using Kyma by charlienorton (Adept) (2,570 points)

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In the Kyma folder, Multigrids folder, there's an example called Four channel submix processing example.mgd that may be an example of what you looking for?

answered Nov 23, 2016 by ssc (Savant) (93,990 points)
Well, this certainly has got me thinking in the right ball park. A stereo project, but I want to have a 3 channel submix running internally. So I have used 'output 4' to provide me with an additional channel, I can confirm this is happening when I isolate the sound. On my processing patch, I have used the 'output 4' as a replaceable input, used the selector to choose and direct the relevant channels.
I have tried choosing the submix mode as both 3 and 4 channel, yet the sound: Kyma encountered this unexpected condition:  This message is not appropriate for this object.  I must be going wrong somewhere...  Can we attach files for scrutiny here? I made a mini test version and it does the same thing..

Edit,I uploaded my attempt to the forum.
MultiGrid Side Chain Routing Confusion
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