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Garritan Personal Orchestra 4 is now powered by the ARIA Instrument Engine and adds new features, new instrument sounds, updated programming and a lower price. Garritan Personal Orchestra 4 is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS) as a download for $149.95 USD. When you install Garritan Personal Orchestra 5, you are asked if you want to install the Standard set, the Notation set, or both. There are three basic differences between the two sets. First, keyswitches for Notation set patches are located in a different octave than what is listed below for the Standard set. Personal Orchestra (GPO) by Garritan is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It includes, and is therefore 'powered by', ARIA Engine, which functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin and an AAX Plugin. Imagine having a symphony orchestra at your fingertips Garritan Personal Orchestra gives you a complete orchestra – strings, brass, woodwinds, percussion, keyboards and more. Version 5 is a major new update, now with more than 500 instruments to choose from. Also included are a wide variety of instrument-specific artic. Description: What you see in this video is an orchestra. What you hear are the virtual instrument sounds of Garritan Personal Orchestra. Only Finale includes.

Once installed and activated, you can load the instruments of Garritan Personal Orchestra 5 in the ARIA Player. There are several ways to use Garritan Personal Orchestra 5 with the ARIA Player: you can play it “live” as a standalone application or as a plug-in within a sequencer or notation program.

For complete information regarding the ARIA Player, visit the ARIA Player User Manual.

The ARIA Player standalone

If you have installed the standalone version of the ARIA Player, you can find it in your Applications folder (Mac) or Start menu (Windows). ARIA will attempt to determine the best audio playback configuration to use on your machine. You can access ARIA’s playback system by choosing Preferences on the Tools menu.

To use a MIDI keyboard with Garritan Personal Orchestra 5, make sure to have the device drivers installed and the unit turned on before starting the ARIA Player Standalone. Your MIDI control device should appear in the MIDI Input Devices menu of the Preferences dialog.

The Ensemble Presets allow you to use pre-configured or user-created templates, saving a significant amount of setup time. You can also load instruments in each slot and click File > Save to save the custom preset. Clicking File > Save As Default saves all settings and instruments that are currently chosen so that they automatically load each time you start the program.

The standalone ARIA Player also features a MIDI and audio recording system located on the bottom of the screen. With these controls, you can load existing MIDI files for the ARIA Player to play back using Garritan samples. You can also record yourself playing live.

To open the ARIA Player standalone on Mac
  • On your computer, find and open ARIA Player. A default installation of the standalone player puts this file in your Applications folder (Mac HD/Applications).

    The standalone player appears.

To open the ARIA Player standalone on Windows
  • On your computer, find and open ARIA Player x64.exe for the 64-bit standalone player, or ARIA Player.exe for the 32-bit standalone player.
    • A default installation of the standalone player puts these files in C:Program FilesGarritanARIA Player.
    • If you installed a desktop shortcut, double-click the icon on your desktop, or, find the shortcut to the standalone player located in your Windows Start menu in the Garritan ARIA Player folder.

    The standalone player appears.

The ARIA Player plug-in

Depending on your system and the options you selected at installation, you may have one or more of these plug-in formats available.

Configuring VST

At installation you will be prompted for the vstplugins folder directory. The installer will attempt to locate an existing vstplugins folder, or you can specify your own. You can always find the ARIA Player VST plug-in in the Garritan/ARIA Player/VST directory. The VST plug-in ends in a .dll extension. In your host’s VST plug-in configuration menu, ensure that the installation directory that you specified is included in the list of VST directories. You may need to re-scan the folders to have ARIA Player VST appear in the list of software instruments.

From there, just load the ARIA Player and go! You will find the VST listed as ARIA Player VST.dll, which contains a single stereo output, and ARIA Player Multi VST.dll, which allows you to assign up to 16 stereo outputs. On 64-bit Windows systems, both 32-bit (“x86”) and 64-bit (“x64”) versions of the VST plug-in will be installed.

To use the ARIA Player with more than one VST host program on a PC, you need to manually copy the ARIA Player VST_x86.dll, installed into the chosen folder during installation of the library, to the appropriate host program’s VST folder. Please refer to your particular host program’s user’s guide and the Garritan support site for more information.

Some hosts have one common VST folder for both 64-bit and 32-bit plug-ins; please only use the version of the plug-in that is native to your host. Mac OS X has standard folders for both VST and Audio Units plug-ins and does not require this extra step.

Configuring AU (Audio Units)

The ARIA Player is installed into the default Mac OS X AU plug-ins folder, after which it will be readily available to your host programs.

Configuring AAX (Pro Tools)

The ARIA Player installer places the AAX plug-in in its proper location to work with Pro Tools.

Remember that when GPO 5 is being used through the ARIA Player plug-in, the host program controls your MIDI and audio setup, including input devices, sample rate, and buffer size.

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Once installed and activated, you can load the instruments of Garritan Personal Orchestra 5 in the ARIA Player. There are several ways to use Garritan Personal Orchestra 5 with the ARIA Player: you can play it “live” as a standalone application or as a plug-in within a sequencer or notation program.

For complete information regarding the ARIA Player, visit the ARIA Player User Manual.

The ARIA Player standalone

If you have installed the standalone version of the ARIA Player, you can find it in your Applications folder (Mac) or Start menu (Windows). ARIA will attempt to determine the best audio playback configuration to use on your machine. You can access ARIA’s playback system by choosing Preferences on the Tools menu.

To use a MIDI keyboard with Garritan Personal Orchestra 5, make sure to have the device drivers installed and the unit turned on before starting the ARIA Player Standalone. Your MIDI control device should appear in the MIDI Input Devices menu of the Preferences dialog.

The Ensemble Presets allow you to use pre-configured or user-created templates, saving a significant amount of setup time. You can also load instruments in each slot and click File > Save to save the custom preset. Clicking File > Save As Default saves all settings and instruments that are currently chosen so that they automatically load each time you start the program.

The standalone ARIA Player also features a MIDI and audio recording system located on the bottom of the screen. With these controls, you can load existing MIDI files for the ARIA Player to play back using Garritan samples. You can also record yourself playing live.

To open the ARIA Player standalone on Mac
  • On your computer, find and open ARIA Player. A default installation of the standalone player puts this file in your Applications folder (Mac HD/Applications).

    The standalone player appears.

To open the ARIA Player standalone on Windows
  • On your computer, find and open ARIA Player x64.exe for the 64-bit standalone player, or ARIA Player.exe for the 32-bit standalone player.
    • A default installation of the standalone player puts these files in C:Program FilesGarritanARIA Player.
    • If you installed a desktop shortcut, double-click the icon on your desktop, or, find the shortcut to the standalone player located in your Windows Start menu in the Garritan ARIA Player folder.

    The standalone player appears.

The ARIA Player plug-in

Depending on your system and the options you selected at installation, you may have one or more of these plug-in formats available.

GarritanConfiguring VST

At installation you will be prompted for the vstplugins folder directory. The installer will attempt to locate an existing vstplugins folder, or you can specify your own. You can always find the ARIA Player VST plug-in in the Garritan/ARIA Player/VST directory. The VST plug-in ends in a .dll extension. In your host’s VST plug-in configuration menu, ensure that the installation directory that you specified is included in the list of VST directories. You may need to re-scan the folders to have ARIA Player VST appear in the list of software instruments.

From there, just load the ARIA Player and go! You will find the VST listed as ARIA Player VST.dll, which contains a single stereo output, and ARIA Player Multi VST.dll, which allows you to assign up to 16 stereo outputs. On 64-bit Windows systems, both 32-bit (“x86”) and 64-bit (“x64”) versions of the VST plug-in will be installed.

To use the ARIA Player with more than one VST host program on a PC, you need to manually copy the ARIA Player VST_x86.dll, installed into the chosen folder during installation of the library, to the appropriate host program’s VST folder. Korg m1 vst plugin free. Please refer to your particular host program’s user’s guide and the Garritan support site for more information.

Some hosts have one common VST folder for both 64-bit and 32-bit plug-ins; please only use the version of the plug-in that is native to your host. Mac OS X has standard folders for both VST and Audio Units plug-ins and does not require this extra step.

Configuring AU (Audio Units)

The ARIA Player is installed into the default Mac OS X AU plug-ins folder, after which it will be readily available to your host programs.

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Configuring AAX (Pro Tools)

The ARIA Player installer places the AAX plug-in in its proper location to work with Pro Tools.

Remember that when GPO 5 is being used through the ARIA Player plug-in, the host program controls your MIDI and audio setup, including input devices, sample rate, and buffer size.

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