« on: November 21, 2013, 01:20:18 PM »
To make a quite dark comment….probably "passing threads" are probably the most active ones when people get active to post. Not much surprising but still a bit strange in my view
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Mike, i have updated to 9 from Version 6 and i´m happy i did!
I haven´t spend time with Max but it looks promising….but for all the other changes they made it´s a HUGE improvement! I love the new browser, as it is much more clearer and easy to navigate through. Also the cpu usage hasn´t changed on all on my computer - and that´s a big plus when having 3 versions between!
I played a bit with the audio to midi option and it works really well! Tried as a test some schumann piano pieces to see how good the algorithm works - the results were more than acceptable! Just some duration mistakes but otherwise almost 1:1 and that is really amazing! Couldn´t done better by Melodyne!!!
Ordered also the Push controller…and that is really a killer!!! The integration is almost perfect and VERY easy to navigate through racks and patches…the only criticism i have is that right now the integration works only for Ableton plugs smoothly…for 3rd party vst/vsti you have to build a rack first….but i´m pretty sure this will be fixed with a next update! Forget about any other 3rd party controller - Push blow all away (and the best, it´s manufactured by AKAI).
Will update here, after going more into all the adds!
Thanks for your thoughts about the Live 9 upgrade. I already have the Akai APC20, so I'll just continue to work with that, rather than get rid of it and purchase a Push.
I'm leaning toward getting the Studio version of 9 rather than the Standard version. Max for Live is interesting to me as something to explore creating my own devices, and I also think some of the pre-built Max for Live devices might be useful.
well, I understand people take it personal when expressing a disklike for a DAW, but it is like that, every one use different DAW and all think they are the best..
My references regarding audio quality in ableton, I am sorry but I will not dig up many year old threads on forums.
in the version nine they say on their website that the rendering audio quality has been " dramatically improved" so I guess it was not good before.
people in different forums did complan about the sound quality...
Ok but a lot of people use it only for session view I can promise you that..
Why are you using ableton ?
.. which is use the cpu better and gives better sound quality.
"the latest Sonar X3 seem to be very inspired form Ableton it have the session view...which is the only thing why people use ableton.
I expect there will be many excited users saying "Wow, this is insanely fast and quiet, and I have 3 separate 4k displays connected via HDMI and they all look amazing…" that sort of thing.
The people who will be disappointed -- those we discussed earlier, who need lots of internal expansion capabilities -- already know they will be disappointed based on the specs announced. They probably won't be surprised, positively or negatively.
Any chances of an el culto Bandcamp happening?
I just recently purchased a used Klaus Wiese's Soma cd for $43.97....the most money Ive ever spent on a single cd. A perfect copy it is but thats crazy or I am.
Tomas are you listening. Digital editions of Klaus Wiese out of print music as Castleview suggested.