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vivace168
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   Posted 6/12/2004 7:08 AM (GMT -6)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Hey guys,
   I've just got hold of GigaStudio 16 with quite a few really cool sound fonts but I have no idea how I could use Finale (2003) to sample from it, or whether Finale could do it or not. Does any one know?
   Thanks!


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   Posted 6/12/2004 1:42 PM (GMT -6)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
I use Finale with Gigastudio. What you need to do is first set Finale as the sequencer that gets called when you click on the sequencer button within Giga. To get there, click on "Settings" in the upper right of the Giga window, then click the "Browse" button for the sequencer and enter your location for Finale. Be sure and click "Apply" when you are done.
To use the two programs together, you must first start Giga and assign the sounds you want to use to a channel on a port. Then start Finale from within Giga. Then from within Finale you must change your Midi setup so that the Midi output is going to which ever "Nemesys" port you have assigned sounds to in Giga.
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