It’s a little tricky to explain more clearly than this but hopefully it will make sense as a concept. Basically one more stereo output should do it. 2 is unnecessary because when filter is “pre” it goes straight into the distortion, and vice versa in “post” (the feedback loop would still go into the filter, so no need to process separately).
- When filter is in POST mode, the wet mix could be assignable to output 3-4. Particularly for processing the often wild dynamics created by sharp resonance automation for example. Compressing or limiting the entire distorted signal is generally sub optimal.
- When filter is in PRE mode, the FEEDBACK mix (last in the chain I think) would be assignable to output 3-4. Again to deal with the potentially very dynamic feedback loops separate to distorted mix.
PS rift is hands down the best £50 I’ve spent since my 1st software purchase of far far more than that, many many moons ago, on a planet far far away…