Giga Teleport is a tool allowing to integrate one or more dedicated
Giga Studio machines into DAW.
The only connection between the DAW machine and the Giga Studio machine
required for Giga Teleport to work is a local network, therefore no
additional audio or MIDI interfaces on Giga Studio machines are necessary.
MIDI streams from the DAW machine to the Giga Studio machines, while
audio from Giga Studio streams back to the DAW machine, all via LAN.
Current version of Giga Teleport may be used with any VST 2.0 compatible
host (Cubase, Nuendo, SONAR, Logic, etc.). Support of AU and VST compatible
host applications under Mac OS X is in development.
If you want to use dedicated machines not only for Giga Studio, but also
for running other VST effects or instruments, you'll have to use
FX Teleport in combination with Giga VST Adapter.
Giga VST Adapter itself can be used for running Giga Studio on the same
machine with the host application. See the comparision chart for details.
Seamless Giga Studio 2.54 or 3 integration into any VST 2 host
Run number of Giga Studios on networked and local computer
No GSIF-compatible hardware is required
No MIDI hardware is required
Audio from Giga Studio streams to host mixer
No latency (when played back on hosts with delay compensation)
Up to 128 MIDI channels for Giga Studio 3 or 64 MIDI channels for Giga Studio 2.54 (on all hosts except Logic)
Up to 32 audio outputs
Up to 192 KHz sample rate support
16, 24 and 32-bit depth support
Support of external performance tool(s)
VST 2 compatible host application (Cubase, Nuendo, Logic or SONAR with a VST Wrapper, etc.)
Giga Studio 2.54 or 3
Windows XP/2000 with sufficient resources to run Giga Studio
Windows XP/2000/ME/98SE with sufficient resources to run VST host