I use 2 audio cards:
Gina 20 for Cubase and Delta 66 for Giga.
Because you know, the \"multi-client\" .......
Try to select audio out 1&2 exclusively for Cubase and 3&4 audio out for Giga. (if you have multi audio out).
In Cubase go to options/synchronization.
Timecode Base: Midi timecode
Output: Nemesys Midi port x
Tempo Base: Midi clock
Midi Timecode: Nemesys Midi port x
Midi Clock: Nemesys Midi port x
With the last update, everything is allright for me !
Thanks for your input but I have a Layla card and wanted to use only this one.
I have a suspicion that my card gets blocked by an giga.386 file that gets loaded at startup as described in the win.ini file :
I think here lies the problem but I have no solution so if anyone has an answer....
Ofcourse I have devided my outputs between cubase and giga (cubase 1&2,giga 7&8)
I have found the solution ; you should install cubase first and then gigasampler ; now it works. One has to be sure that there\'s nothing in the register that points to giga and then do a \'clean\'install starting with cubase.