crumhorn wrote:@henke. No doubt at all that Max For Live is an excellent product, and also a great achievement.
I hope you don't feel this thread is being critical of Max for Live. I thinks it's just trying to clarify certain facts. M4L is a complex product and not easily taken on board, especially by people who are not so technically oriented.
Also people (like me) probably have some specific ideas of how they would like to use M4L and are just trying to see if these ideas will be possible in the current version. It's understandable if they are a little disappointed when they find that they can't - yet.
don't worry, I did not feel offended, and so does no one else who is involved in the project. I am in a special role here, since I am partly on the development side and partly a user who simply wants things to work and use them to make music. From the user perspective I can understand and support pretty much 90% of all wishes discussed here at the forum. The only difference to the 'normal' user is this: I learned during the last 10 years of involvement with Ableton, that almost nothing is simple to do in an environment as complex as Live. So I became slightly more patient...
The forum is the right place to make your specific ideas public!