Hello again - While on the topic of multi-output instruments, there seems to be a bug when bouncing using the command Bounce Track in Place with the option to "Include Instrument Multi-Outputs: As Additional Tracks". As long as you have some sound routed through channels 1-2 of the virtual instrument's internal routing, which then comes out through the virtual instrument's own stereo channel strip, all is well. (Normally I do not like to route anything through that 1-2 pair, treating the instrument track as just a MIDI track and using the Auxes and Aux tracks to route out the various submix parts). However, if nothing is assigned within the virtual instrument's internal mixer to play via the stereo 1-2 output pair, which comes out of the Logic instrument channel strip, then the first Aux track (normally instrument channels 3-4) will be bounced in place with the name and settings (including instantiated plug-ins) of the Logic instrument channel strip instead of the Aux tracks name and settings. The other Aux tracks will bounce as expected. Same problem occurs with Superior Drummer and Kontakt, presumably with other multi-output instruments as well. The only work-around I can find so far is to always route some dummy sound through channels 1-2, which then leads to a 1-2 track on bouncing that I have to delete. I thought this used to work fine; perhaps 9.1.7 broke the behavior. Anyone else experience this issue? Any suggestions of a more elegant solution? Thank you.