Yup. Using the card with Gstudio no problem. Great reverb. The best I\'ve had the pleasure of using. No clipping that I can detect either, unlike sblive. Still, I suppose there\'s better out there, but not for pc with realtime verb, which is what I wanted.
Hmmm...there\'s always a new twist isnt there? I didnt know this about Audigy, which isnt even specifically mentioned under Direct Sound cards at Nemesys yet I dont think. Very interesting. I\'m running Win98se also and have been intrigued by Extigy, the external USB version of Audigy which might also, therefore, be workable with GS on a direct sound basis.
What about the \"multi-client\" issue? Can you run a software sequencer AND gigastudio simultaneously with Audigy, John? Thanks for the info!
Hi John - I just meant to ask - will the Audigy work with GigaStudio? (Nemesys calls that a \"GSIF compatible\" card.)
I\'m a pianist too, by the way, with an emphasis on JS Bach. I\'ve enjoyed your MP3 performances and we\'ve \"talked Bach\" a few times in various Bach forums - tho I havent been active in them for a couple of years.
There\'s a pretty extensive software sequencing program for classical music coming along over in Sweden called Igor Engraver (www.noteheads.com) - now in version 1.6. Have you seen it? It used to be freeware and apparently it had quite a few bugs early on that have now been worked out. Looks like it would be great for classical music and the Igor developers told me that Creative Labs is developing drivers for the Audigy card that will allow Igor to use sample sounds (rather than just the GM synth module attachment which Igor presently requires) in the near future.
So Ive been watching the Audigy card the past few months. I was wondering if you were using it with GigaStudio? I assume not - Nemesys still doesnt list it as \"GSIF compatible\". Aren\'t compatibility issues always fun? Regards, John B