Is Live 8 Stable?

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Re: Is Live 8 Stable?

Post by madlab » Tue Feb 09, 2010 3:28 pm

8.09 stable for me (se my sig for my config). Used it in lots of differents contexts : 8 outputs mixing for theater, studio work with intensive VIs and FX, multitracking and mixing a rock band, electronic improv with loopers and live inputs,...
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Re: Is Live 8 Stable?

Post by 3phase » Tue Feb 09, 2010 7:40 pm

its really great for all you guys that dont have troube with L8..

good for you.. good for you also that you can accept an occasional crash.. i cant..

the last time logic was crashing for me was in the last century.. but thats not the software i use on stage...


however.. the answer to the thread.. for some ist stable for others its not..

that there are others equals just mathematical to the answer

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Re: Is Live 8 Stable?

Post by Theo Void » Tue Feb 09, 2010 8:40 pm

Ya I demoed it w/ the LP Version. Not extremely impressive. I'm cool w/ 7 for now.....

Thanks everyone!!! :roll:

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Re: Is Live 8 Stable?

Post by leisuremuffin » Wed Feb 10, 2010 4:56 am

friend_kami wrote:
davepermen wrote: I accepted it. I knew some people have problems, I know, I AM NOT ONE OF THEM (which you can't imagine those exist, too. and most likely, they are THE MAJORITY of users).
the majority of users i know that are using 8.x have serious troubles.
the majority of users i know that are using 7.x and lower have minimal issues.

you tell me, does that look right to you?


i would doubt that you have a large enough sample size to have any statistically significant findings. You're more than welcome to your opinions though.





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