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Launch the Strum Electric GS-1 Demo from the Start » All Programs » Applied Acoustics Systems » Strum Electric GS-1 Demo menu.
Select your soundcard port from the list in the Audio Configuration dialog from the Audio » Audio Settings... menu.
Select/highlight your MIDI port from the list in the MIDI Configuration dialog from the MIDI » MIDI Settings... menu.
Double-click on the Strum Electric GS-1 Demo icon located in the Applications folder.
Select your audio device from the list in the Audio Settings dialog from the Audio » Audio Settings... menu.
Select/highlight your MIDI port from the list in the MIDI Settings dialog from the MIDI » MIDI Settings... menu.
The Strum Electric plug-in integrates seamlessly into the industry most popular multi-track recording and sequencing environments both as a virtual instrument plug-in. Strum Electric works as any other plug-in in these environments so we recommend that you refer to your host sequencer documentation in case you have problem running Strum Electric as a plug-in.
Every parameter on Strum Electric's interface can be linked to an external MIDI controller. To assign a MIDI Link, right-click (Control-click on a Mac) on a control (knob, button, slider, etc.) and a contextual menu will appear. Choose Learn MIDI Link. Move a knob or slider on your MIDI controller. This will link the control of Strum Electric GS-1 to the MIDI controller you just moved.
MIDI program changes have been assigned to the factory Presets or Performaces. You can therefore use program changes to explore the Strum Electric library.
The Strum Electric manual is included and is accessible from the Help menu.