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    gina 24 and sblive platinum midi ports

    does anyboby knows if this works.
    i own a gina 24 but there\'s no midi port .it\'s possible to use my sound blaster platinum midi ports?i mean 2 sound cards at same time.cakewalk and gigastudio will recognize all the stuff well.
    help me please.

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    Re: gina 24 and sblive platinum midi ports

    Yes, it should work fine. I have a Mona card and a SBLive slightly older than yours and they work fine together. - Doug

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    Re: gina 24 and sblive platinum midi ports

    thanx doug.but i\'ll lost quality doing this?
    cause i need to use a 16 bit soundcard to play the samples(my only midi interface).the result will be better using a sound card 24 bits with midi?
    thanx again

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    Re: gina 24 and sblive platinum midi ports

    HI,

    I use Gina24 and emu APS that uses the same chip. They work fine together and no trouble for midi so far.
    I use Cubase and Sibelius with Gigastudio though.


    misterjin


    [This message has been edited by Misterjin (edited 09-10-2001).]

    [This message has been edited by Misterjin (edited 09-10-2001).]

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    Re: gina 24 and sblive platinum midi ports

    but I\'ll lost quality doing this?.....

    I don\'t understand this! Why are you losing
    quality, if you only use SBlive MIDI ports
    with Giga? Actually, I\'m doing same with my system; Delta Dio2496 driving audio for Giga
    and using my old SBLive Value for Midi in Gst96. No problemo!!!
    Not much any other use with SBLve today,but
    of course you can easily uses it as hardware
    sampler (64 voices/32midi/32Mb,but you can cache about half of PC\'s RAM memeory-512->256MB).
    ware

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    Re: gina 24 and sblive platinum midi ports

    thanx guys for all the reply.
    well let me try to explain with my limited english.
    i use the sblive for midi .there\'s no other wav out showing in my gigastudio only sblive wav out i\'m using the latest version of gina 24 drive but like i said nothing is happen.i mean there\'s no gina 24 wav out etc.....
    my set up is :
    pentium 3 600e asus p3v 133 voodoo 3 80 gb quantum 640 mb ram 133.
    thanx again for your patiance.

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    Re: gina 24 and sblive platinum midi ports

    Are you using WDM driver? I am using v.5.57 with no problem... Giga doesn\'t show your 2 sound cards to select for WAV.out?

    take care,

    Misterjin




    [This message has been edited by Misterjin (edited 09-12-2001).]

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    Re: gina 24 and sblive platinum midi ports

    now giga found gina wav out but when i start to record using my cakewalk dropout happens.
    i\'m going crazy
    thanx for any help.
    ps:i use cake9 and gigastudio 160
    how to set up the whole stuff to work ?
    thanx once

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    Re: gina 24 and sblive platinum midi ports

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size=\"1\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by RICARDO BOTTICELLI:
    now giga found gina wav out but when i start to record using my cakewalk dropout happens.
    i\'m going crazy
    thanx for any help.
    ps:i use cake9 and gigastudio 160
    how to set up the whole stuff to work ?
    thanx once
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Botticelli, Cakewalk will stop if things get too \"loaded down\". That is why many users use two computers: one for Giga and one for everything else. I don\'t know how you are using your system but, if you can, try capturing your audio just a few instruments at a time to keep the system load low. You can combine the wave files later. - Doug

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    Re: gina 24 and sblive platinum midi ports

    finnaly everything is ok.
    i fix some problems in the cakewalk-audio-general etc .
    doug for the future will be great 2 computers .
    thanx for the help

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