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    GPO ambience / reverb from sequencer

    When I recorded my first piece with GPO, I did it via Overture and saved it straight from GPO Studio. I love the built in ambience. Today, I spent some time experimenting with GPO as a VST plug in instrument in Nuendo. As would be expected it works just fine in that regard, but now the dry instruments are, well, you know... dry.

    I'm probably overlooking something terribly obvious (wouldn't be the first time), but is there a way to include the ambience of choice from GPO Studio when using GPO as a VST plug in? I haven't tried the "wet audition" stuff since the doc seems to discourage that.

    Anyway, if this is possible, I'd love to know the technique as the sound is great.

    Thanks!
    Christopher Duncan
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Author of
    Unite the Tribes and The Career Programmer
    www.PracticalUSA.com


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    Re: GPO ambience / reverb from sequencer

    Go to C:\Program Files\Garritan Personal Orchestra\Studio\VST Plugins

    Find the ambience .dll file, copy, and paste it to:

    C:\Program Files\Steinburg Nuendo (or whatever)\VST Plugins (or whatever)



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    Re: GPO ambience / reverb from sequencer

    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph Burrell
    Go to C:\Program Files\Garritan Personal Orchestra\Studio\VST Plugins

    Find the ambience .dll file, copy, and paste it to:

    C:\Program Files\Steinburg Nuendo (or whatever)\VST Plugins (or whatever)


    Excellent! Thanks, man - I knew there was a reason I hung out with all you GPO gurus...
    Christopher Duncan
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Author of
    Unite the Tribes and The Career Programmer
    www.PracticalUSA.com


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