Been batting around the question whether or not to upgrade to GSt. I\'m using a Darla24 with GS/LogicAudio/DS2416. I can see where I\'d be happy running the 8 outs from the Darla into my outboard efx, then to my mixer. I don\'t really have a need for the added voices/midi channels since everything is being run on the same machine, and it seems its taxed to it\'s limits already. If I did get GSt, I would want to use it on it\'s own machine. Something I wouldn\'t be able to afford \'till the next part of next year. So in essence, GSt might be laying around for quite a few months. Also, it seems that quite a few folks are enjoying<not> a bugfeast with GSt, which would be compounded by running multiple apps. I feeling like I don\'t need it, but was looking for any advantages of upgrading(at such a great price) now with the likelihood of it sitting around. Seems like it might be a waste of money at this point. Are the extra gig files that come GSt a possible justification?
I have a question, maybe similar to the \"to upgrade or not\". The Main reason I try to upgrade my Gigasampler to Gigastudio96/160 is I want real 32 GSIF output channels. (mine only 16) Since my hardware (pulsar) could handles 32. I think most of GigaStudio users here are expert, Plesae help!. I don\'t care so much about No. of voices (64/96/160), but I do care No. of GSIF outputs. Is it possible that I can have 32 outputs from the GigaStudio as in the spec? Nemesy, where are you?