Just to explain it from a different perspective and back to the OP’s original request by @benlewis2017.
Ben is trying to bring out the individual inputs to individual VCA channels. IMHO opinion you need to use the BUS module to achieve this. Have a look at the diagram below:
This applies when you’re fanning out from one module to multiple instances of the same module. In the example there are two VCAs, labeled  and . When you patch from the INP to the VCAs you’ll only see a single VCA representation in the target list such as 1: VCA: A1 (i.e. the Audio Input 1 of the VCA). You cannot choose between VCA instance  and VCA Instance . As a result, in the example, INP1 will be routed to VCA A1 input channels of -both- VCA modules.
The bottom half of the diagram demonstrates how you get control over de channel routing with the use of multiple BUS modules. The thinking is to first ‘copy’ the required INP channels to the BUS. Then you pair each VCA with its own BUS module instance. In the BUS-VCA pair you connect the required combination of BUS channels and VCA channels.
I have attached two simple patches 060 and 063 that demonstrate this behaviour. You will see in the input listing for the VCAs in the Direct Patch that each channels has two inputs assigned to it. This is not what you want if you’re the OP and want to build a mixer. In the Via BUS Patch, each VCA Channel represents exactly a single input.
As I wrote in my earlier post in this thread, it may be a bit counter-intuitive and difficult to get your head around, but it is the way to make things work as requested.
Here’s hoping that I have clarified things a bit, rather than confusing more…
060.Direct_Patch.zip (2.4 KB)
063.Via_BUS_Patch.zip (4.4 KB)