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    program change

    Hi,

    I'm new to this forum and to GPO4 which I bought and installed today.
    Everything is working like it should but as you can guess I have some
    questions.
    I need to create my ensemble sets and because I am not too
    familiar with the sounds/intruments I have to click down through
    all the sub menues to find the right one.

    Is there any way to shorten this procedure.
    I am using Cubase SX2 and the best thing for me would be if I
    could switch the intruments directly from Cubase if possible via
    program/bank change messages.
    If there is another option to scroll through the instruments to
    try them - please let me know.
    If I e.g. want to change a flute to another one, at the moment
    I have to do 6 mouseclicks and that really begins to drive me nuts
    (may be I am too stupid :-)

    help apreciated very much

    Robert

  2. #2

    Re: program change

    Program Changes were invented in the time when all samples/sounds were instantly accessible, and its not the kind of thing that's usually found on streaming sample libs.

    Also GPO4 has 311 instruments, and this is doubled with the notation set, so it wouldn't fit in 128, so you would need bank changes as well.

    We are working on a palette that will alleviate the long repeated clicks
    David Viens, Plogue Art et Technologie Inc.
    Montreal. http://www.plogue.com

  3. #3

    Re: program change

    good to hear ...
    ( I wouldn't mind editing bank and programs changes but nevertheless
    - the keyswitch option is a terrific tool)
    BTW - what is the notation set good for?

  4. #4

    Re: program change

    Quote Originally Posted by riberto123 View Post
    good to hear ...
    ( I wouldn't mind editing bank and programs changes but nevertheless
    - the keyswitch option is a terrific tool)
    BTW - what is the notation set good for?
    Notation applications. Mostly different ways to use switches and legato.
    Same content
    David Viens, Plogue Art et Technologie Inc.
    Montreal. http://www.plogue.com

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