Install plug-ins into one common folder to make it easier to find.
Set your folder options to show hidden files.
Mainly for Frequency Allocator, otherwise Console will not find it.
Open up Console and select your Audio card.
Select ASIO from driver type, then select your device. Finally, make sure you have all your channels available. If your device isnt listed as a device, you need to get the ASIO4ALL drivers installed and/or use VAC (Virtual Audio Cable program).
Open up console and click on path.
Browse to the folder you put the plug-ins in from Step 1 by clicking Add then All. Hit OK once you have found the folder with the plug-ins.
Back in the main window, click on plugin and you will get a box that looks like this.
From there, click on the plugin you want to use, and drag it into the window workspace.
You can drag in as many plugins you need to use.
Now click on Intrnl to get your soundcard inputs and outputs. Click and Drag each Wave In and Wave Out. When using a soundcard with multiple outputs your wavein/out will show more than 2 channels. On this computer, the onboard card used as an example only has 2 channels.
Now its time to wire everything up. Play connect the dots. Click on 1 in wave in then drag over to 1 on the delay box. Do the same for the remaining. It should look like this when done.
Now you can click on the plugin box and you can use it for what you need. For the delay in the car, you will be dealing with 0.00ms. From here it is up to you to use the plugins how you see fit.
Now click on the Power button to turn on the whole setup. You will note the lights change on each device in the window. You can turn off individual parts too by clicking those lights.
You can save your setup to recall it later. Below is an example of how it could look when you combine 2 EQ's, Frequency Allocator and 4 Voxengo Stereo Delays.