Hi! I'm setting up my cards so I can use them as a mixer for me and 3 more band members that use in-ears (it works wonderfully, by the way). Appart from the connections I have made to achieve that, I am struggling with DSP resources problems due to the amount of noise gates, compressors and gain plugins i am using. I have 4 mixer's set up, each one goes to one output (rear, front, subwoofer+center, headphones), so each one of us can set the levels as desired. Most of the times, I am doing this: take as an example the line in, which is stereo. So the left channel receives the signal from the acustic guitar and the right channel receives the signal from the electric guitar. In the mixer I pan both to center and it's fine. Now the request: I am using the noise gate from ProFx, the Gain plugin (basic sub-menu), and the APS compressor between each input and each mixer, to keep the signal levels constant. These plugins are stereo, would it be worth (in terms of DSP resources) to have mono versions of these? Because there's no DSP resources for assigning a noise gate->gain->APS compressor to each mono channel plus four MX8 mixers. I hope I have explained myself correctly. I would need mono versions of the ProFx noise gate, Gain and APS compressor plugins, if the saving in DSP resources justifies it. Thanks in advance!