Do you find Audiomulch uses more or less resources than console?
I currently use console and am pretty happy with it - but Id rather use whatever is BEST.
IIRC, the way I open console and hide the .BAT file is to:
1. Create a shortcut (.lnk) to audiomulch with all your arguements included on 1 line.
[ie: "C:\A_Applications\_A_Multimedia\AudioMulch 1.0\Mulch.exe" /a "C:\A_Applications\_A_Multimedia\Audio Applications\Plugins\4.1_EQ+Delay.amh"]
2. Go to the properties of your shortcut and set it to run MINIMIZED.
3. Create your .BAT to run the shortcut (eg: "c:\runmulch.lnk")
(If you use RoadRunner, you can start your .BAT with RUNQ in the Start Command - which will hide the .BAT file from view even when it first runs)