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    Re: Halion 2-02 released

    This sounds great! Does the Giga import include key switching?

    Many of the major libraries are now offering Halion versions, but until they all come on board this update will be a real time saver.

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    Halion 2-02 released

    Some significant enhancements in this version.
    Preload now goes down to around 0.75 seconds allowing the user to get a lot more sounds on line with the same amount of ram.
    Giga import hugely improved with multi layer dimensions handled very neatly. Each layer gets its own folder which makes editing of curves a piece of cake. All major parameters, including curves, can be stored in presets and recalled with a click. Presets may target any samples, folders or programs.
    Many other useful enhancements to help speed workflow and editing.

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    PC: http://service.steinberg.de/webdoc_ps_int.nsf/show/updates_vsti_pro_pc_en

    MAC: http://service.steinberg.de/webdoc_ps_int.nsf/show/updates_vsti_pro_mac_en

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    Re: Halion 2-02 released

    Originally posted by Tarkio Road:
    This sounds great! Does the Giga import include key switching?

    Many of the major libraries are now offering Halion versions, but until they all come on board this update will be a real time saver.
    <font size=\"2\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">Key switching has been available on Halion for quite some time and the Giga import is faithful in this respect. The big plus is the multi layer crossfades and the way in which the various dimensions are translated and compartmentalised into folders, making it very easy for the user to target edits.

    I\'d like to see more of the major libraries develop for Halion. It has some very real advantages over some streaming samplers which, for example, require the creation of specific legato samples which get layered over the the top of the full samples. This eats polyphony and disk space and also limits the user to one type of legato.
    Halion allows the same samples to be employed as many times as required, with discrete control of start, end and loop times for every occurrence and without the overhead of wasted polyphony or disk space.
    Plus, the amount of control at sample level is terrific. Each sample can have totally independent settings, regardless of whether it shares a group, a folder or whatever.

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    Re: Halion 2-02 released

    and it still doesnt work with fxteleport. Now run back to cubase.net Pinkcanary and get Steinberg to fix it!


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    Re: Halion 2-02 released

    Originally posted by Lazul:
    and it still doesnt work with fxteleport. Now run back to cubase.net Pinkcanary and get Steinberg to fix it!


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    <font size=\"2\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">I know that this is quite an issue for some people and I certainly will be pushing this to the forefront.
    I wish that thing was Macified.

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