New Gigastudio without GSIF drivers !!!!
Run on Xp, great....... !!!!!!!
This new Gigastudio is Halion from Steinberg !!
(Tascam, where are they ????????????)
Work with WDM/ASIO or WDM/MME
(Soundblaster LIVE/Audigy ok....)
no specific GSIF needed..........
And you can choose the package VST edition
for only 110 USD......
Sequencer + sampler
you can run Halion in Sonar with a vst
The VST Edition
Professional music, sampling & production system
The VST Edition is a complete sampling and recording system whose sound quality, full complement of features and perfect integration of components meet the highest standards. This complete audio solution combines the excellent features of Cubase VST 5.1 with our successful high-end software sampler HALion. Producers, remixers and songwriters can compose and arrange their music, incorporate samples and loops and give their music the finishing touch with the integrated VST effects.
Steinberg\'s VST Edition is the right choice for those who are serious about their music.
Complete 72 track audio/MIDI recording studio with up to 24 Bit/48 kHz sound quality and internal effects
HaLion with its revolutionary 32 Bit sampling concept with easy-to-use drag and drop
Comprehensive file format import: WAV, AIF, AKAI, E-MU, GIGA (yes and yes), SF2, LM•4, LM•4 Mark II, SD II (Mac only)
Seamless integration of HALion and other VST instruments and virtual effect processors in the VST environment for sample accurate timing
>>>Seamless integration of HALion and other VST instruments and virtual effect processors in the VST environment for sample accurate timing<<<
What is the difference? Do you need to do rendering audio before the mixing-down with other VST/Audio/MIDI tracks or not? How about the sound\'s quality?
It depends on what/how you use it!
Here is an example to tell you that the integrated is not always best! Other way would be flexible, don\'t you think so?
Let\'s say that when We give you (A) the TV with built-in (integrated) VCR + CD-player and (B) other are the TV with seperated-VCR and seperated-CD-Player, what do you choose? And when you already have (B), why do you need (A)? What are we going to do with the (B) and they are working well?
[This message has been edited by LHong (edited 11-08-2001).]