Misunderstanding wording

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Helmut
Misunderstanding wording

Hello Gents,
I am a musician and app developer. The following text below from your home page is misunderstanding to me because the used words are not conforming to the usual wording in the music scene.

You write:
Audio Manager provides multi-timbral playback: CoreAudio on the iPhone only comes with a mono-timbral sampler. This means that you can only play your MIDI notes using one instrument sound. The Audio Manager which is included in the tutorial makes it easy to play your MIDI file using up to 10 instruments using a custom SoundFont.

I assume you mean that your audio manager is able to play polyphonic sounds with upto 10 voices (multi timbral). But I am sure it also plays 16 midi tracks at once with - of course -16 different Instruments (not only 10 Instruments).

Is my understanding correct?
Thank you
Helmut

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