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    GIGA Virtual Instrument Announced!

    surprised haven't seen this here:

    http://www.tascam.com/Press/Releases/gvi.html

    mac version forthcoming as well.

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    Re: GIGA Virtual Instrument Announced!

    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Buchan
    I listened to the gigaviolin. It's not bad for a traditional sampler instrument, if a little metallic sounding.

    But I would have been much more impressed if I hadn't already heard Gary's Strad demos!
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    Re: GIGA Virtual Instrument Announced!

    Quote Originally Posted by Skysaw
    I listened to the gigaviolin. It's not bad for a traditional sampler instrument, if a little metallic sounding.
    yeah, and also very thin!

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    Re: GIGA Virtual Instrument Announced!

    That's great news indeed! The whole rewire thing never really turned me on.

    I hope TASCAM will offer a sweet deal for registred GS3 users..

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    Red face Re: GIGA Virtual Instrument Announced!

    The only problem is where this leaves the VSL Performance Tool. I haven't actually used it yet, but I understand it's standalone, and I don't see them developing a plugin version of it now that they have their own player on the market. So I may end up having to stick with the standalone Giga setup in order to use VSL.

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    Re: GIGA Virtual Instrument Announced!

    Quote Originally Posted by unison
    That's great news indeed! The whole rewire thing never really turned me on.
    yeah I've alwayz preferred plugin-style....had to run away from Giga in the past. Even though Kontakt is my main sampler now, I am hyper-sensitive to GUI and Giga's might be better.

    The other issue now of course is a lot of good stuff is already available now in virtual instrument form, so I'm primarily looking for the best plug-in sampler to run stuff like Spectrasonics/Hans Zimmer guitars 1 & 2.
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    Re: GIGA Virtual Instrument Announced!

    I told you guys that the platform thing was not the biggest news...

    There is more that they have not announced yet. To me, the best parts are still unannounced. I'm not sure when they'll get to it.

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    Re: GIGA Virtual Instrument Announced!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce A. Richardson
    .... To me, the best parts are still unannounced. I'm not sure when they'll get to it.
    I hope so. I'm a little put off by the fact that say GVI user can upgrade to GS3 Orch. Where does that leave someone who hopes for fair GVI pricing as a registered GS3 user? Free copy of GVI, I hope

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    Re: GIGA Virtual Instrument Announced!

    Quote Originally Posted by Pingu
    The only problem is where this leaves the VSL Performance Tool. I haven't actually used it yet, but I understand it's standalone, and I don't see them developing a plugin version of it now that they have their own player on the market. So I may end up having to stick with the standalone Giga setup in order to use VSL.
    Indeed a huge concern. Anyone got any optimistic thoughts for Perf. Tool Users??

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