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Think of the main view of your DAW containing everything you need for a session as analogous to just one rackspace in Gig Performer. When you switch from one rackspace to another, you are essentially getting a completely new “session” except that in Gig Performer, this...

Gig Performer’s MIDI In Block is not just your everyday block for receiving MIDI events. It can do much more than just receive MIDI messages from an external device and feed them to connected soft-synth plugins. It has important other functionality that often relieves you from...

The short answer is we needed it ourselves! The long answer is, well, much longer, so read on. Although I was using various MIDI sequencers and DAWs since the 80s, I only got back into live performance about nine years ago. As a Mac user I...

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The Recorder provides a simple way to capture every audio input channel to its own wave file, paving the way to capturing the entire raw performance of a band for later post processing. The feature is aimed mostly at FoH engineers who are using Gig...

The Rig Manager is used to isolate the particular keyboards and or MIDI controllers (MIDI pedal boards, etc) from your actual rackspace setups. The fundamental idea is you name your physical devices in the Rig Manager and you use those names when you are creating...