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    GPO Expression Maps for Cubase

    I'm trying to learn the VST Expression feature in Cubase 7 and apply it to GPO4. I've downloaded the Garratan Expression Maps from the Steinberg website. The issue is, they only exist for strings in GPO4. Accouding to the manual, both woodwinds and brass have expression capabilities through the Aria player. Do expression maps exist for them as well? If so, where can they be found?

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    Re: GPO Expression Maps for Cubase

    Quote Originally Posted by rtorstrick View Post
    ... Do expression maps exist for them as well? If so, where can they be found?
    They're part of the GPO installation:

    Program Files>Garritan>PersonalOrchestra4>VSTexpression maps.

    Randy

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    Re: GPO Expression Maps for Cubase

    How do you use an expression map?

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    Re: GPO Expression Maps for Cubase

    How do you use an expression map?
    Good question Tom. I would like to know that too. Or should I just read the Manual.
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    Re: GPO Expression Maps for Cubase

    Quote Originally Posted by rbowser- View Post
    They're part of the GPO installation:

    Program Files>Garritan>PersonalOrchestra4>VSTexpression maps.

    Randy
    Thanks, Randy!

    Expression Maps in Cubase 7 are used to trigger alternate instrument sounds such as pizzicato, con sord, tremolo, spiccato, etc. from a single MIDI track. This makes writing orch. parts a piece of cake. Look on the Cubase 7 Manual starting on page 555.

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    Re: GPO Expression Maps for Cubase

    A little bit off-topic.
    I'm looking for adding Cubase to my rig.
    How easy it is to work putting in notes in score view with it?
    Fabio
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