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    GPO4 and ARIA player: maximizing the sound libraries' effectiveness

    I am curious about all the various controls in the ARIA player. It looks endless, and in my experiments (misguided), I have seen the timbre, and various effects change for any instrument I choose.

    I have written a similar post specific to the violin.

    Is there a place where on can learn how to intelligently alter each of the many controls in the ARIA player, once an instrument is chosen? Just guessing this-that, trial-error is mostly error.

    I know the instruments are set at an intelligent default. But once used in ensemble, the quality of the actual sound is altered by the other instruments, the textures, dynamics - all manner of things. It would be nice to know what I might be looking for, when I go to the various control, mixer options.

    peace
    Sylvester Wager

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    Re: GPO4 and ARIA player: maximizing the sound libraries' effectiveness

    Quote Originally Posted by composerland View Post
    I am curious about all the various controls in the ARIA player. It looks endless, and in my experiments (misguided), I have seen the timbre, and various effects change for any instrument I choose.

    I have written a similar post specific to the violin.

    Is there a place where on can learn how to intelligently alter each of the many controls in the ARIA player, once an instrument is chosen? Just guessing this-that, trial-error is mostly error.

    I know the instruments are set at an intelligent default. But once used in ensemble, the quality of the actual sound is altered by the other instruments, the textures, dynamics - all manner of things. It would be nice to know what I might be looking for, when I go to the various control, mixer options.

    peace
    Sylvester Wager
    Hello, Sylvester

    It's of course a huge topic you've brought up -It's in fact The Topic of using GPO.

    The specific information you're looking for is covered in detail in the user manual. That's a PDF manual found in the GPO folder at Progam Files>Garritan>Personal Orchestra. If you're on a 64 bit machine, notice all the Garritan folders go to Program Files, not Program Files (x86).

    Randy

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