Poster wrote:because he spreads half or even less truths, but even more so his attitude and head are growing..
So where exactly did you prove me technically wrong? Did you even try to discuss any topics with me and teach me anything valueable?
sure.. not saying we shouldn't keep the pressure on certain issues,
but as I said, noone is listening anymore, his cards are played out,
what's left is systematically trying to nail Ableton employees on their words..
Big nonsense. Most of my posts are replying to some poor guy running into performance problems with Live. I`m not nailing anyone systematically on anything unless it involves my lady (and that involves her approvement as well!).
Besides that there are several old and current posts that do not deal with Live (and Ableton) at all, like helping Rave with his track or telling about my new backpack (err, wait, I`m gonna write this one later
little context bending here, reading every word twice to see if someone says something wrong there,
and then publicly screaming "hey look!! Ableton said something wrong!.."
Nope, I screamed: "Hey look!! Ableton said something right!.. and it took them only somewhat more than eleven (11!) months to spread the word to their users/customers.
Ableton Live = Cool and unique concepts (well, heavily inspired by old Tracker applications)
Ableton Developers = Probably working hard, but too few in numbers for Live`s codebase and release-plan. Too slow in maintainance because of that.
Ableton Quality Assurance = Do they have someone dedicated to QA at all? If so then think about looking for someone new or get him some help.
Ableton Support = Friendly and generally nice people. Try to help as good as they can. Problem is that "they can" seems to be limited to incomplex problems mostly and that they prefer losing you as a customer than admiting "Sorry, we acknowledge your problem as valid and would love to help, but we are Not ABLE TO offer a solution because of limited resourced." Most often used sentence: "We cannot reproduce that here."
HAL: I know I've made some very poor decisions recently, but I can give you my complete assurance that my work will be back to normal. I've still got the greatest enthusiasm and confidence in the mission. And I want to help you.