I'm new to VEP. Actually, just doing my first VEP project and being challenged to rethink my workflow - how much I want to rely on the DAW vs how much i want to load into VEP. I'm thinking I may as well go the whole hog and load pretty much everything into VEP and just use my DAW as a 'sequencer' as suggested by the continuous usage of that nomenclature in VSL documentation.
So my question is, what is the typical reason/useage-case for needing more than a single instance in VEP?
What is the disadvantage of just loading everything into a single instance.
Specifically, I am looking for reasons that go beyond using multiple instances as purely an organizational function.
What are the technical reasons for multiple VEP instances in a single project?
(I use a range of DAWs)