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    Legal copy of Giga?

    Anyone know where I can get a legal copy of Giga (v. 2 or 3)? My Giga computer died, can't find the original disc. I want to be ethical here, so don't want to download an illegal copy from piratebay, etc.

    I've emailed Garritan (the new owners of Giga) a few times about this, but never heard anything back. Suggestions?

    John

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    Re: Legal copy of Giga?

    Well, I actually found my Giga disk (a small miracle in itself) and was going to burn you an ISO, then realized that it's the original Nemesys Gigastudio 160 install, which won't really help you.

    I wonder if I have an upgrade path?

    Sorry.

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    Re: Legal copy of Giga?

    Quote Originally Posted by loydb View Post
    Well, I actually found my Giga disk (a small miracle in itself) and was going to burn you an ISO, then realized that it's the original Nemesys Gigastudio 160 install, which won't really help you.

    I wonder if I have an upgrade path?

    Sorry.
    No problem. Garritan says they have no copies either, so I may have to resort to a piratebay, etc. download. I suppose that's legal for me, since I did buy my original copy... Again, thanks.

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    Re: Legal copy of Giga?

    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewW View Post
    Now that looks pretty interesting. Nice looking and simple.
    Especially because the company is the same one that created CDXtract which is a very nice converter.

    Too bad MOTU doesn't have any more detailed info. on it's mach 5 project,
    and also the gui in mach5 seems like it might be a bit of an eyesore.
    http://www.motu.com/products/software/machfive

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    Re: Legal copy of Giga?

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_Karl View Post
    Now that looks pretty interesting. Nice looking and simple.
    Especially because the company is the same one that created CDXtract which is a very nice converter.

    Too bad MOTU doesn't have any more detailed info. on it's mach 5 project,
    and also the gui in mach5 seems like it might be a bit of an eyesore.
    http://www.motu.com/products/software/machfive
    Thanks, Steve. I bought Mach5, and it does work - sort of. Most (but not all) of the files import easily. I may try GPlayer, because I'm hearing some pretty good things about it. Thanks!

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    Re: Legal copy of Giga?

    Hi John,

    I suspect many here, ( me for sure ) would like a detailed review of mach5 if you've got the time. How are you finding the GUI?

    Also, if you get G Player ( I wonder if it works on Win7 64 or if there are plans in the making to build it for 7/64 ) I'd love to hear about it.

    Steve

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    Re: Legal copy of Giga?

    Awesome to hear!
    Thanks Bernard

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdxman View Post
    Yes, G-Player is already working on 7/64
    I'm the main programmer, so feel free to ask any question you like.

    Bernard
    Bernard - are you guys planning on releasing G-Player, 64bit for Mac? It would be very useful for Vienna Ensemble Pro! and Logic 9.1 64bit.

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    Re: Legal copy of Giga?

    I own GS3 but am not using it. I've been using GVI and plan on going to Kontakt. Can the ownership be transferred.
    Dave M.

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