I created a folder on the D: drive and imported the 2 disc CD ROM into that folder.
All of my gig files are organized in this fashion - kept in a folder on the D: drive with the library\'s name on it.
So for some reason when I open gigastudio and go to my D: drive, it displays all of the library folders EXCEPT the \"Malmsjo Acoustic Grand\".
I\'ve restarted and shut down the computer a number of times, but still no luck. The only way I can access the sound is to open the Gig file in directly from the D: drive in Windows Explorer which loads the Malmsjo gig into the gs editor. I then have to hit the \"Load\" button in the editor to get it loaded into a port so that I can hear it. As soon as I close the editor, the port unloads.
Is this a problem with gigastudio or the Malmsjo library?
Is there any way to FORCE the gigastudio drive directory to recognize that folder?
Thanks for the quick reply. No, I have not rebuilt the library map - I guess I don\'t have any experience doing that manually (usually when I load a new library onto the drive giga automatically updates the Quicksound database the next time it opens).
I\'ll poke around a bit and see if I can figure out how to manually rebuild the library.
I\'m probably way off base but doesn\'t the Malmsjo have an install routine? Did you follow it? (cause you said \'import\' and I\'m not sure exactly what that meant). The disks are compressed. If you go to the site (Han\'s site, I think there are instructions - there should also be instructions with the disks.
If you have installed it properly - I dunno what\'s wrong. Running a database refresh should have worked.