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    GPC controllers in GS3?

    h'lo all,

    where did the GPC controllers go in GigaStudio 3? They used to be a bank of faders in GS 160, as I recall. I'm particularly looking for GPC-8 to control sample length on my Garritan Orch Strings. btw, what the hell is "GPC" anyway?

    many thanks,

    b myers, composer
    Mac G5 DP 2.3, Os 10.4.11, 4 Gig RAM running DigiPerf 5.13, PTools LE 7.4, Sibelius 5, Finale 2008,
    P4 1.7 Gig, XP SP2, 2 Gig RAM,running GigaStudio 3.2,
    3 x 20" LCDs, 2 x MOTU MTP AVs, Digi 002r
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    Re: GPC controllers in GS3?

    Quote Originally Posted by williemyers View Post
    what the hell is "GPC" anyway?
    General Purpose Controller:

    http://cablemodem.fibertel.com.ar/co...heway/midi.htm

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    Re: GPC controllers in GS3?

    Clicking on the names of any of the three available horizontal sliders toward the right of a MIDI channel strip in GS3 brings up a list of optional CC's to which you can assign that particular slider. Not at my GS3 machine at the moment, but I believe the GPC's are all there.

    Belbin

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    Re: GPC controllers in GS3?

    hey guys,

    thanks both for the spot-on answers. I've got a horizontal slider correctly set for General Purpose Control 8 and am happily GPC-8 ing away!
    Mac G5 DP 2.3, Os 10.4.11, 4 Gig RAM running DigiPerf 5.13, PTools LE 7.4, Sibelius 5, Finale 2008,
    P4 1.7 Gig, XP SP2, 2 Gig RAM,running GigaStudio 3.2,
    3 x 20" LCDs, 2 x MOTU MTP AVs, Digi 002r
    Kurz K2000r, Roland XV-3080, Emu Pro II, Kurz PC2r, Alesis DM-Pro, Kurz Midiboard

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