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    VST vs Studio

    Well, I just installed the Cakewalk VST Adapter, looks good, took only a minute or two to learn.

    So: If I will be using GPO only with Sonar I could uninstall GPO Studio with no ill effects?

    If I later decide I really want to use it with Sibelius, and re-install GPO Studio, will I have to re-install the updates? Not very likely, as my use of Sibelius is strictly notation, and uploading score to the Sibelius site via Scorch.

    Richard Wayland

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    Re: VST vs Studio

    Quote Originally Posted by rwayland
    Well, I just installed the Cakewalk VST Adapter, looks good, took only a minute or two to learn.

    So: If I will be using GPO only with Sonar I could uninstall GPO Studio with no ill effects?

    If I later decide I really want to use it with Sibelius, and re-install GPO Studio, will I have to re-install the updates? Not very likely, as my use of Sibelius is strictly notation, and uploading score to the Sibelius site via Scorch.

    Richard Wayland
    Hi Richard. You are correct in that you do not have to have the Studio, if you are using GPO as a VST plugin.
    If you want to use it with Sibelius, you will not have to reinstall the updates, since Studio is just a VST host that uses your GPO that is already installed.

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