Dimension Pro has four elements that can be configured in "multitimbral mode" by clicking the instrument options button just to the right of the program name at the top of the instrument, but it is rather limited. With the option disabled (default) the elements all receive on the same channel from the host, but with the option enabled all elements (1-4) are respectively set to receive MIDI from channels 1 through 4.
However, some programs are designed to use multiple elements, so this is just not feasible to use all the time. Dimension Pro is designed efficiently--when you open multiple instances in different tracks, only ONE copy of the program actually resides in memory and only one copy of each multisample set is opened (even if the multiple instances are each using the same sample set). So you shouldn't have to worry about resource over-utilization problems running multiple instances of Dimension Pro.
Dimension Pro has the motherload of features. It is bigger brother product. The graphical user interface is more complex and programmable and it has additional features.
Dimension also has DLL files, help files, HTML resources, image resources, etc. in its program and content folders.
You may use the Windows Registry Editor (regedit.exe) to locate and manipulate these keys if necessary.
This means that Dimension is unable to any multisamples at the path to which it was directed to find them. On Windows Dimension looks up a key value in the registry to determine what disk and folder to look in for multisamples. On Macs it uses a plist resource file to do the same. On either platform it throws this error when the location specificed in the registry or plist does not contain the expected files.
There may be a variety of reasons for this including: you've moved the multisample library to a different location but the pointers in the registry or plist have not been updated to reflect this change; you're using an external drive and have plugged it into a different port (on Windows this can cause Windows to reference the drive by a different drive letter); file system damage; or the registry value or plist value has been changed to point to a location but the library was never moved to that location.
To resolve the problem you need to make sure that the difference between the pointers to the library and the actual location of the library are brought into sync.
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