I don't know whether anyone out there still uses the old GOS in Gigastudio, but I love it and use it in my live rig. This is the only place I could think of to ask this question, and I really need to sort it out for an important gig this weekend, so any help gratefully received...
I'm playing the "Full Strings Lite" patch, so I can play whole section parts easily live. I'm using the keyswitched instrument to switch between legato and staccato samples. So far so good.
Problem: The staccato samples (I think the instrument is actually called "marcato") only go up to C6, and I need them to go up to the E above that. No problem, think I: I just fire up the Giga editor, select the keyswitched instrument, select the third keyswitched dimension (the staccato one),delete the silent region that occupies the space above C6, and drag the region including C6 to also include the next four notes. Done this loads of times in various libraries to get round range issues.
Now here's what happens: When I play from the on-screen keyboard, everything's fine, the patch has extended itself by four notes and I can play up to the E.
But when I play from my MIDI keyboard, the sound still stops at C! The on-screen keyboard still lights up, and the C#-E are being received by Giga OK, but GOS makes no sound.
Any ideas what's going on? It's like there some kind of note-range filter in the GOS patch itself, separate from the simple limitation of the range of the samples. What really confuses me is that this filter (if that's what it is) only filters out notes played in from an external source, not those played on-screen in Giga.