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VSL with G-player?
Last post Thu, Jul 08 2010 by Emlyn, 2 replies.
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Posted on Sat, Dec 12 2009 19:21
by ray12
Joined on Sat, Jan 08 2005, Posts 17

I'm planning to migrate from PC to Mac. Years ago I bought the Orchestral Cube (First Edition) for Gigastudio.
Is there anybody who tried this with G-player? Is there a way to route the Performance tool for G-Player?


Posted on Thu, Jul 08 2010 18:25
by Emlyn
Joined on Tue, Jan 21 2003, Providence, RI, Posts 67

I had the exact same question and just asked the folks at G-Player a few minutes ago. The answer:

There is no built in performance tool but you can still use the VSL
performance tool with G-Player. The VSL performance tool is a standalone

application that processes the MIDI notes and send the MIDI results to a

player such as Gigastudio or G-Player.

So it looks like G-Player is very much an answer to GS users' woes. Additionally, they said that the standalone version of G-Player can be used on an x64 PC (and not just Macs) which means it can theoretically take advantage of up to 128Gb of RAM. You'd need to have an ASIO-enabled sound card for that.

So G-Player it is...for now. Not bad for $149: http://www.soundlib.com/gplayer/


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