Yes, that manual is much better than nothing. Luckily I held on to it but we should be getting even more than that: more like the EIV manuals.
My biggest gripe is not only did Gigastudio not come with any written material whatsoever, when I asked for Nemesys (at the time) to send me GigaSTUDIO written material (a booklet nowhere near as comprehensive as the older gigaSAMPLER manual) I was charged about $30 for it!!
Right now I WOULD pay for a comprehensive manual, but that $30 was a rip-off. All we\'re asking for is a manual to use the product we just paid for.
But like I said, if a manual or users guide was developed by even a third party, if it was comprehensive, I\'d pay for it (again).
Im a registered owner of giga studio 160.
And I agree giga studio needs a manual.
But for the time being would you be interested in scanning that little manual that you have,and paste it here on this thread?
You might have to post it a couple times [different parts of the manual ]just in case there is a word limitation per post.
Or if you would send it to people here that list there email address to recieve it.
The Giga Gods will look down on you favorably for your deed.
Thanks , Ken
The smaller (much smaller) GigaSTUDIO \"manual\" like I said was a rip off. IT tells you how to install, load instruments etc. It doesn\'t give you instructions on giga-editing, except for the merge and crossfade layers via modwheel, whcih is the exact same tutorial as on the nemesys site.
In a rush but I\'ll take a look later to see if it teaches anything else. Like I said, a total ripoff for $30.
I think we should all do the following: search the internet for tutorials and tips on Gigastudio, and post them here so we have some kind of list, as complete as possible. There\'s surprisingly little on the internet as far as I can tell. I\'ll post some links soon as I did find a few but I\'m in a rush right now.
I s\'pose this should really be under \"Tips & Tricks\".