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    GigaStudio is flying right over my head.. help!

    GigaStudio24 came w/ my sound card, so I\'m messing with it now. I can\'t even get a simple instrument to play.. the NemeSys MegaPiano. I click on the virtual keyboard.. nothing. The instrument is loaded into channel 1.

    Also, I grabbed the Schimmel Piano from www.realprosounds.com and put that in the C:\\Gigs folder. It won\'t show up in the instrument list in GigaStudio. I rebuilt the sample list too. Why won\'t it show up?

    If anyone could tell me how to get GS24 working w/ Sonar, I\'d appreciate it. The help is very sparse, and I\'m not making much progress here...

    Thanks

    Sam

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    Re: GigaStudio is flying right over my head.. help!

    OK, magically it started working [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] All is well. But I\'d like to know.. w/ instruments that have keyswitching (like the SAM Horns solo horn), it shows purple keys.. i assume they\'re the keys that switch articulations. But how do I tell which key does what?

    Sorry, I\'m brand new to this & very excited [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

    Sam

    PS: Still can\'t get Sonar XL to work w/ Gigastudio

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    Re: GigaStudio is flying right over my head.. help!

    click on the key then play the white keys.

    click on a different purple key, then play the white keys...you\'ll hear the difference.

    when you\'re composing in a track in Sonar, you can place these keyswitching notes in your sequence (just like regular notes but they don\'t make a sound...) and Gigastudio will switch to that keyswitch. You\'ll hear it.

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    Re: GigaStudio is flying right over my head.. help!

    Thanks but how do I know which keyswitch does what? I can tell the sound difference... but it would be nice to know which key does what exactly

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    Re: GigaStudio is flying right over my head.. help!

    If there was no text file with the Sam trumpet, go to their website and see if there\'s more info. Otherwise, do a search on this forum. I\'m sure it\'s been listed in the sample libraries forum somewhere.

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