Price for MFL?????

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Geezus
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Post by Geezus » Tue Jan 20, 2009 11:00 pm

audiofeen wrote:@ Geezus

im the same, i don't even have a job at the moment, and when i did i didn't earn
huge money.
no offence it's because of your counrtys banking system that me and most of my freinds are now redundant.
Hopefully Obama will fix the mistakes that Bush made and make the world a better place.

I just think it's not fair, the price in the states for a lot of music products quite a lot cheaper, maybe i'm wrong and i'm sorry you feel like i'm having a dig at you.
the point i was making is it not fair to have one price here and nearly half the price there.
It's quite a difference for the same product.

SORRY to all for hijacking this thread.....

:wink:
have you considered buying it from a US website, or getting someone here to buy it for you and having it shipped over to you?

epiphanius
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Jitter?

Post by epiphanius » Wed Jan 21, 2009 5:48 am

I've read elsewhere that MFL 'includes Jitter', but is it more accurate to say it 'supports jitter', ie you have to buy the full version of jitter in order to use it with MFL?

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Re: Jitter?

Post by Tone Deft » Wed Jan 21, 2009 6:07 am

epiphanius wrote:I've read elsewhere that MFL 'includes Jitter', but is it more accurate to say it 'supports jitter', ie you have to buy the full version of jitter in order to use it with MFL?
nope, it's max/msp/jitter PLUS the Ableton Live specific objects.

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that's the main menu to select max/msp/jitter/Live objects.

along the top are the names of the types of objects. at the far right one says Live, one says jitter, buttons, sliders, data... MUAHUAHUAHUAHUA!!!!!!!

that pic shows objects from all the categories, I can see 5 Live specific objects.
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Re: Jitter?

Post by Machinate » Wed Jan 21, 2009 6:12 am

Tone Deft wrote:
epiphanius wrote:I've read elsewhere that MFL 'includes Jitter', but is it more accurate to say it 'supports jitter', ie you have to buy the full version of jitter in order to use it with MFL?
nope, it's max/msp/jitter PLUS the Ableton Live specific objects.

Image
that's the main menu to select max/msp/jitter/Live objects.

along the top are the names of the types of objects. at the far right one says Live, one says jitter, buttons, sliders, data... MUAHUAHUAHUAHUA!!!!!!!

that pic shows objects from all the categories, I can see 5 Live specific objects.
the menu shown doesnt show all available objects, but the live-ones there are the ones with the green triangle in the corner: 11 of them, and those are just the GUI ones, allowing us to build Live-alikes :) then theres the live.drop, live.observer etc. objects which do the fun stuff!

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Re: Jitter?

Post by Tone Deft » Wed Jan 21, 2009 6:17 am

Machinate wrote:...those are just the GUI ones, allowing us to...
I think you mean the Royal "us."

bastard.

/jealous!!!!

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Re: Jitter?

Post by LOFA » Wed Jan 21, 2009 6:43 am

Tone Deft wrote:I keep hovering the mouse over that picture hoping a help bubble pops up to tell me more.
+1

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Post by epiphanius » Wed Jan 21, 2009 7:15 am

Thanks Tone Deft. I've opened some processing and vvvv patches, and to make some of my own. If MFL includes jitter, and they can keep the price reasonable (ie a whole less the Max + Jitter separately), well, I'm down with it for sure.

Cheers,

e.

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Re: Jitter?

Post by Tone Deft » Wed Jan 21, 2009 7:20 am

Machinate wrote:the Live-ones there are the ones with the green triangle in the corner.
BRILLIANT!!!

epiphanius - cool, we have you signed up for a few feature requests, like dual screen support.
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Post by dj_huck » Wed Feb 18, 2009 4:48 am

still wonder about this...

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