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    Will Garritan be at NAMM?

    I'm hoping to see a Strad demo in person.

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    Re: Will Garritan be at NAMM?

    I was at CES in Vegas today and saw Gary.

    yes..they will be at NAMM. I also saw the HUI for the new GPO advance library....wow..!
    The sounds weren't loaded at this time but it features a drag and drop of instrument icons on a soundstage and from there , you can place the sections ( or solo instruments i presume) on a 3-D stage representation.
    From there , if you move the icons around , the volume , pan and reverb placement is automated !

    another step forward regarding plug & play and user friendliness

    way to go gary!

    Yves

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    Re: Will Garritan be at NAMM?

    Quote Originally Posted by Yves
    The sounds weren't loaded at this time but it features a drag and drop of instrument icons on a soundstage and from there , you can place the sections ( or solo instruments i presume) on a 3-D stage representation.
    From there , if you move the icons around , the volume , pan and reverb placement is automated !
    I imagine that will integrate nicely once RealSpaces comes around .

    Very exciting news to hear!

    -Reegs

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    Re: Will Garritan be at NAMM?

    Thanks for the info Yves.
    I think that is the most hard data we have ever read about GPOA. !!
    Is a HUI anything like a GUI ???

    regards Joe

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    Re: Will Garritan be at NAMM?

    A HUI is better than a GUI (Human User Interface )

    We will be at NAMM - Booth Number 6721 and #6919 - Hall A.

    See you there

    Gary Garritan

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    Re: Will Garritan be at NAMM?

    Quote Originally Posted by Garritan
    A HUI is better than a GUI (Human User Interface )
    Gary Garritan
    Right....... I see..........
    Well I am Human ( Most of the time) so it should work ok for me.

    Good Luck with NAMM.

    regards Joe

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    Re: Will Garritan be at NAMM?

    I'm proud to announce that my own company, OEC Corp, has
    been working in tandem with Gary.

    While Gary has worked out a brilliantly innovative new
    drag-and-drop approach to the GUI (graphical user interface),
    my own firm has been working on the HPI (human positioning
    interface).

    Our revolutionary device consists of a padded platform
    supported by four vertical members, one at each corner of
    the platform. Additionally, a vertical extension at the
    rear of the platform completes the assembly.

    The human is placed upon the padded platform of the HPI,
    with the back supported by the vertical extension. The
    HPI is then simply dragged and dropped into whatever position
    is required by the human to conveniently access the computer.

    It's an unbeatable combination of drag-and-drop technologies:
    The revolutionary Garritan Interface and the OEC Corp human
    support system.

    Seriously -- that new interface is going to knock 'em dead,
    Gary. No one has even come close to doing anything like it.
    It's a long overdue paradigm shift in how we deal with the
    complex steps in setting up software instrumentation;
    shifting it from a time-consuming, burdensome task to an
    almost instant, simple, and completely intuitive approach.

    Bravo!


    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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    Re: Will Garritan be at NAMM?

    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
    I'm proud to announce that my own company, OEC Corp, has
    been working in tandem with Gary.

    While Gary has worked out a brilliantly innovative new
    drag-and-drop approach to the GUI (graphical user interface),
    my own firm has been working on the HPI (human positioning
    interface).

    Our revolutionary device consists of a padded platform
    supported by four vertical members, one at each corner of
    the platform. Additionally, a vertical extension at the
    rear of the platform completes the assembly.

    The human is placed upon the padded platform of the HPI,
    with the back supported by the vertical extension. The
    HPI is then simply dragged and dropped into whatever position
    is required by the human to conveniently access the computer.

    It's an unbeatable combination of drag-and-drop technologies:
    The revolutionary Garritan Interface and the OEC Corp human
    support system.

    Seriously -- that new interface is going to knock 'em dead,
    Gary. No one has even come close to doing anything like it.
    It's a long overdue paradigm shift in how we deal with the
    complex steps in setting up software instrumentation;
    shifting it from a time-consuming, burdensome task to an
    almost instant, simple, and completely intuitive approach.

    Bravo!


    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .
    I had to sign in David.....just to say 'Brilliant'!!! At first I thought that the HPI you were describing was a padded gallows!

    Regarding Mikes original question; 'Will Garritan be at NAMM? '. Was he serious??

    Frank

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    oups...what i really meant was GUI...! sorry for the confusion..

    Yves

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    Re: Will Garritan be at NAMM?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hardy Heern
    Regarding Mikes original question; 'Will Garritan be at NAMM? '. Was he serious??
    For once in my life, yes I was! My motives aren't pure, though. I bought the Strad during the group buy, so I'm hoping to see it in person so I won't I have to read as much of the manual to know how to work it!

    Since they were at CES and NAMM is only a week later, I thought they might be all showed out. Looking forward to it! I'll be the big guy asking over and over again, "So which key did you push to make that happen?"

    - Mike Greene

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