I have Kill Dry on because my H90 is in a send/return loop of a mixer, and the bus for that is parallel to the main outputs.
> Whenever Kill Dry is On, think of it as removing the dry signal entirely from the output of Preset A.
Yes, this is exactly what I’m contesting. Kill Dry behaviour should be different depending on Series/Parallel routing of Presets A and B. For series routing, Kill Dry on should remove the dry signal from the output of the PROGRAM rather than Presets A and B individually. If I have Preset A and B in series, that’s what matters to avoid duplicating the dry signal. For Parallel routing, Presets A and B should individually remove their dry signals.
Does that make sense?