Maybe we should start another thread for the GS3/Miditzer users so that there would a step-by-step approach for that as well
Don't swap your delta 1010lt - it is one great card! If you have spare PCI slots you can add a creative card or two and have the best of both.
I believe you are correct about starting a GS3/Mitizer thread as it was, after all, the entire reason that I purchased my delta 1010lt. I am bound and determined to get that working as well.
As it turns out, I have several slots available in my music computer for future addition of more cards. I believe I have enough room to add 4 more cards in there, so 2 of those will wind up being creative in order to utilize the sound font bank method.
I have to say, thanks to you, I was on your SAVPOP site the other night and by following the links I wound up at the cinema organ samples site. I listened to each piece until 2am. I could not get over how some of the pieces just keep on going, providing us with mini-concerts. I especially loved the Victory at Sea rendition under the 3/27 expansion series. And the Paramount series was intoxicating to me. I downloaded everything possible. I would love to download those songs and create a playlist for when I am in the mood to hear theatre organ music for a couple of hours. I even shared the links with my 80 year old mum who raised me on this type of music. She is in heaven listening. Again, thanks for your site.
Your project is a wonderful one.
The Paramount site has beautiful music as well. The Trumpet Tune in D is beautiful, and the tangos just thrill me.
So just give me a little more time to experiment and then I will start a thread on the GSO/Miditzer.
I even decided to get another 2 gig flash drive and try the puppy linux route. I hope I am not biting off more than I can chew, but that would be my normal modus operandi anyway. It reminds me of a song by Shirley Bassey, "If There's a Wrong Way To Do It" lol. I'm confident, however, that any obstacles encountered will be met with support from you, Panos, et al.
Here's to making more and more music!