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    Stacked instrument & program changes GS4

    Gigastudio 4
    Can anyone tell me how to make sure a loaded stack (drums) will NOT react to program changes. (How to switch off program changes on one channel.
    I have just one large stack for drums, and I don't want it to change at any time.
    Anyone got any ideas?
    cheers
    BH
    Equipment Hardware:
    Sager laptop (Clevo)
    Windows 7 Ultimate SP 1
    Intel Core Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40 GHZ 8.00 GB Ram
    2 x SSD drives 120 & 128 GB
    ST9160823AS 150GB 7200 rpm
    RME Fireface 800
    Software:
    Gigastudio 4
    Native Instruments B4 VSTi Bridged "Jbridge"
    Dosbox 0.74 running "Texture" sequencer.

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    Re: Stacked instrument & program changes GS4

    Your controller you should send out the PCh message on a certain channel only?
    JimmyV

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    Re: Stacked instrument & program changes GS4

    I know in Cubase I can filter MIDI data for a particular track so that no data of a particular type will be sent to the midi synth for that track even though the data may exist on the track. I can't think of a way of accomplishing that in Giga off-hand, but if your sequencer has that capability that should take care of it.

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    Re: Stacked instrument & program changes GS4

    This stack is serviced only by a sequencer, it is weird.
    I have removed all program changes from that channel, and noticed that 2 of the 6 stacked gig files have key a switch that could effect the stack so they have been move to keys that are not used by any gig in the stack.
    The GSi is loaded through the performance file, but if the stack is randomly changed and I attempt to reload the gsi by itself, the stack will come up in a different order which directly effects the outputs commonly directed to the DSP input section.
    How does one save a GSI so that every load will produce the same stacked order?
    Thanks for the reply
    Bryan
    Equipment Hardware:
    Sager laptop (Clevo)
    Windows 7 Ultimate SP 1
    Intel Core Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40 GHZ 8.00 GB Ram
    2 x SSD drives 120 & 128 GB
    ST9160823AS 150GB 7200 rpm
    RME Fireface 800
    Software:
    Gigastudio 4
    Native Instruments B4 VSTi Bridged "Jbridge"
    Dosbox 0.74 running "Texture" sequencer.

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