Tascam - GVI v3.62

Giga Virtual Instrument:
New Feature in 3.62
• It is now possible to Import and Export all user-created Presets via the Organize Presets window. This facilitates exchange of Presets between users and the backup/restore of Presets.

Maintenance Items in 3.62
• Previously, if a keyswitched instrument was loaded onto a stack, those keyswitch regions would not be properly displayed on the virtual keyboard when the stack master was selected. This has been fixed in 3.62.
• Previously, after detaching an instrument from a stack, the remaining instruments could play back incorrectly. This has been fixed in 3.62.
• Previously, sending the MIDI message CC91 to GVI could cause incorrect playback. This has been fixed in 3.62.

Known Issues In 3.62
• For use with Ableton Live, GVI should be installed into the Steinberg VST directory instead of the default TASCAM directory.
• The GVI UI does not completely appear in Ableton Live 5.x when UIs for two instances of GVI are opened. This problem does not occur in Live 6.x.
• It is currently necessary to uncheck the Fast Bounce checkbox when bouncing a GVI track in SONAR.
• It is not currently possible to open the ASIO control panel of the Echo AudioFire 12 from within the GVI Configuration window.
• The SONAR 6.2 update is required to fix a problem with patch changes working in that application.
• At this time GVI is untested in Windows Vista 64.
• It may be necessary to re-run a host application’s VST utility for GVI to display the correct version number after a patch update.
• The GVI .dll file should not be manually moved. If it is desired to be in another location, uninstall then reinstall to the new location.

TASCAM's GVI was created to attract, impact and engage any musician who wants the best for thier production. From idea to performance - the best sound quality. GVI's development team's first thought is always usability. We strive to make the process enjoyable and hassle-free.
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Loading instruments has never been easier. Point, click, load, and play, it's that simple 16 separate instruments or stack 16 instruments for that very unique sound, the choice is yours.

One look at our award-winning work and you'll see why music professionals come to rely on GVI for there audio-production needs. Read more about GVI here.