Live 7 and Snow Leopard

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SquimbellyToes
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Live 7 and Snow Leopard

Post by SquimbellyToes » Fri Aug 07, 2009 6:35 pm

Does anyone know if Live 7 will be made compatible with Snow Leopard / OS X 10.6?

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Re: Live 7 and Snow Leopard

Post by SquimbellyToes » Fri Aug 07, 2009 7:30 pm

Thank you Rave. Let's hope history repeats itself....

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Re: Live 7 and Snow Leopard

Post by beats me » Fri Aug 07, 2009 8:06 pm

SquimbellyToes wrote:Thank you Rave. Let's hope history repeats itself....
You mean the history of tons of people buying new software 2 seconds after it's released and then spend the next 3 months bitching about how it doesn't work properly?

No worries, that will happen. Not sure why you're hoping for it though.

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Re: Live 7 and Snow Leopard

Post by donnydonny » Thu Aug 27, 2009 1:59 am

Welp, I guess I will let you guys know how this works out! Luckily, I don't use my mobile/Live rig professionally so I can afford to test this out.
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Re: Live 7 and Snow Leopard

Post by dazzer » Thu Aug 27, 2009 2:45 am

I asked Dom this question on another thread, his response was that they don't know yet.
donnydonny wrote:Welp, I guess I will let you guys know how this works out! Luckily, I don't use my mobile/Live rig professionally so I can afford to test this out.
I for one welcome your willingness to test it out and report back on your findings.
beats me wrote:
SquimbellyToes wrote:Thank you Rave. Let's hope history repeats itself....
You mean the history of tons of people buying new software 2 seconds after it's released and then spend the next 3 months bitching about how it doesn't work properly?

No worries, that will happen. Not sure why you're hoping for it though.
In my case both 10.5.4 and 10.5.7 do shitty things so I want to upgrade purely to get a fking OS that actually works properly.

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Re: Live 7 and Snow Leopard

Post by square_eyes » Thu Sep 03, 2009 3:40 am

How did it go?

I have Live 7 and am looking to upgrade to Snow Leopard.

I do use Live for gigs though, so am hesitant.

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Re: Live 7 and Snow Leopard

Post by anirog » Wed Sep 09, 2009 1:19 pm

After I upgraded to Snow Leopard Live 7 is unstable, it crashes when recording or loading audio clips. playing/recording Midi instruments seems to be ok. I use live for work so I had to downgrade to Leopard which was a bit of a pain, not blaming ableton, but hope they make an update to Live 7 soon.

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Re: Live 7 and Snow Leopard

Post by st11 » Thu Oct 22, 2009 8:43 pm

Im suffering the same problem.. Live is very unstable and cursor looses focus while working. and not accurate :(
Please update.
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