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    What does this GPO error mean?

    I get this everytime I load a multi;

    \"The outputs configured in the loaded Multi differ from the current output configuration!\"

    Can anybody point me in the right direction on what may be wrong in my config?

    Thanks and Happy Holidays,
    Eric

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    Re: What does this GPO error mean?

    Hi eegee ,

    I would like to know the answer to this also
    as I get the same message when I load a multi
    [img]images/icons/confused.gif[/img]

    I am guessing that it is related to the number
    of physical outputs that our audio cards have
    and the player is looking to put each instrument
    on a individual output .

    If this is the case then do not worry as if like
    me you only have 1 stereo output (Delta Audiophile card ) all the instruments in the multi will all share the same out .

    I don\'t think it is an error but more of a reminder . [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]

    All the instuments in a loaded multi are showing
    up each with their own mixer channel here in
    Cubase SX 2 anyway [img]images/icons/tongue.gif[/img]

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    Re: What does this GPO error mean?

    eegee and Magpie,

    We just uploaded some updated Multis to our site.

    http://www.garritan.com/support.html

    See if this works for you.

    Happy Holidays,

    gary

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    Re: What does this GPO error mean?

    Hi Gary,

    I installed the new muti folder but the
    \"The outputs configured in the loaded Multi differ from the current output configuration!\"
    info box still pops up as before when I load a multi .

  5. #5

    Re: What does this GPO error mean?

    Ignore the message. In all probability it just means that the Multis were created on a computer (mine) with a different output configuration than yours. We\'ll check with NI and see if the message can be eliminated since it apparently serves no useful purpose.

    Tom

  6. #6

    Re: What does this GPO error mean?

    Magpie - thanks for the response - I do have a Delta so you are likely correct.

    Tom, Gary - thanks for the followup and the new multis.

    Everything works fine, I just wanted to be sure I didnt have something set up improperly.

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