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[icons size='' custom_size='' icon='fa-stop' type='normal' position='' border='yes' border_color='' icon_color='' background_color='' margin='' icon_animation='' icon_animation_delay='' link='' target='_self'] GIG PERFORMER™ 2 REQUIRES A NEW LICENSE CODE. WITHOUT A NEW LICENSE CODE, GIG PERFORMER™ WILL RUN IN TRIAL MODE FOR 14 DAYS. We do encourage all Gig Performer™ 1 users to...

Creating a second GP instance is easy. Just select File->Create new instance (or open an existing one) and you're all set. This works great on OSX and on many Windows machines without further tweaking. Unfortunately, some Windows ASIO drivers still allow only one application (Gig Performer...

In a crash report recently received, we noted that the message was as follows: Application Specific Information: *** Terminating app due to uncaught exception 'NSInternalInconsistencyException', reason: 'Couldn't posix_spawn: error 35' We have absolutely no idea what this means. A google search indicates that this error is occasionally produced...

This short video shows how to add a Wah Wah pedal to the excellent Scuffham S-Gear amp simulator plugin. We add the pedals from two different manufacturers (Native Instrument's Guitar Rig and Overloud's TH3) and then A/B the result. Same method can be used to add any effect anywhere in your audio chain. Combine the best features of your favorite plugins and create your unique sound with Gig Performer.

Assigning plugin parameters to widgets is easy in Gig Performer. Select a widget, then a plugin from the drop down list and finally click on a parameter or learn it by clicking on the "Learn" button below the parameter list. If you want to assign multiple parameters from the same plugin to other widgets - you do not have to repeat the entire process from scratch. Once you learn a parameter for one widget - simply click on the next one and keep assigning.

Widgets and plugins can respond to OSC commands control surfaces as well as applications that can generate OSC messages. OSC (Open Sound Control) is a protocol that can be used to control one application from another, with a particular focus on applications used by artists and performers. You can associate OSC names with plugins and widgets and then send messages to them from a remote device to control their operation. This allows you to create control surfaces with faders and buttons that can be adjusted to perform such operations as controlling the output volume of each plugin, adjust plugin parameters such as the cutoff filter of a softsynth. You can even send OSC messages to the Gig Rack that will cause it to play notes.