I have noticed that HW offers an option for audio distribution which, if i've got it right, sets up audio distribution such that the effect of feeding similar stop notes through a particular channel is minimised. I have noticed that with GO, and indeed the "non-advanced" version of HW the electronic transient nulling of a particular note can be objectionable, though I have found the same problem to exist on some expensive organs, which obviously I should not name.
The problem arises because while two electrical signals can effectively null or reinforce each other, when the same signals are fed through different speakers the nulling is incomplete due to multi-path accoustic effects.
I am having difficulty seeing how to use GO to do 'ambitious' routing, such as:
imagine a 4 channel set-up, ignoring pedals, for 8' distribution-
channel A takes Diapason C
channel B takes Diapason C# and Open Diapason C
Channel C takes Diapason D, and Open Diapason C# and Flute C
Channel D takes Diapason D#, Open Diapason D, Flute C#, and Geigen C
Channel A takes Diapason E .......................etc., going round and round till all are placed.
Then do something similar for 4' and 16' etc.
Hopefully this gives the picture of what I am looking at.
Am I expecting too much of GO????? Or is it possible to modify in such a way as to permit this, even if it has to be done tediously, manually?
Regardless, I still think GO is pretty good, many thanks all the people who have done the hard work.