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i got this off the monolake site

Post by 8 fold » Tue Sep 24, 2002 2:59 am

still pretty occupied with ableton. new software release soon

it was posted on 9-23

what do you think it means a new app. live 2 with vsti support

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Post by Rx » Tue Sep 24, 2002 3:32 am

It's been about a year since Live came out, so 2.0 would be a logical move. I doubt that VSTi support will be part of it, judging from the statements made by various Abletonvolks - unless they were misleading us.

Perhaps it'll be a beta of 2.0...
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Post by Alex Reynolds » Tue Sep 24, 2002 3:45 am

Maybe it will be a new skin release!

-Alex

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Post by Rx » Tue Sep 24, 2002 3:49 am

I hope it'll be something a *little* more than that!

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Post by Alex Reynolds » Tue Sep 24, 2002 4:04 am

Well, I just hope we get some or all of the following:

-- sound quality bug fixes
-- more flexible sound I/O routing options
-- multiple sound adapter support
-- performance increases in plug-ins and Live environment
-- bug fixes in plug-ins
-- VSTi hosting would be nice but not essential
-- little usability detail enhancements with file management through Live environment and menus
-- bug fixes with Rewire clients
-- MP3 import would be nice but not essential
-- bug fixes with OS X compatibility (bundle handling)
-- 'memory' of plug-in states
-- timestretching algorithm quality improvements and ability to disable beat-matching and stretching
-- ability to control clip parameters (transpose, etc.), tempo, and other object attributes not currently controllable, using keyboard or MIDI events
-- RAM caching of sound clips to reduce hard drive I/O
-- template management
-- AppleScript support (or internal scripting support, or "MIDI" clips that fire scripted events on periodic basis)

All of that, plus a set of new skins, may take some time.

It hasn't been a few months yet since 1.5, so if 2.0 is around the corner, then they must have really been busy.

Here's hoping 2.0 rocks...

-Alex

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Post by MM » Tue Sep 24, 2002 8:30 am

ok, I need to add something important...

full compatibility with the emi 2-6 audio device... (under xp)

(If you want to use latencies under 20 ms you need to create a "liveoptions.txt" file etc... in other audio apps there are no problems )

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Post by Guest » Tue Sep 24, 2002 5:09 pm

:!: ALTIVEC :!:

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Post by etherize » Tue Sep 24, 2002 7:54 pm

AES is coming in the first week of October.... I assume Ableton will be there...

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Post by bsom » Wed Sep 25, 2002 11:58 pm

...i'd be happy with midi timecode/midi sync information being sent to the vst effects plugins....

...and the ability to load sounds into memory instead of disk streaming...

other than that, live is pretty much where i want it to be.

good job, guys [and girls]
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Post by Guest » Sun Oct 06, 2002 3:08 pm

Alex Reynolds wrote:Well, I just hope we get some or all of the following:

-- sound quality bug fixes
-- more flexible sound I/O routing options
-- multiple sound adapter support
-- performance increases in plug-ins and Live environment
-- bug fixes in plug-ins
-- VSTi hosting would be nice but not essential
-- little usability detail enhancements with file management through Live environment and menus
-- bug fixes with Rewire clients
-- MP3 import would be nice but not essential
-- bug fixes with OS X compatibility (bundle handling)
-- 'memory' of plug-in states
-- timestretching algorithm quality improvements and ability to disable beat-matching and stretching
-- ability to control clip parameters (transpose, etc.), tempo, and other object attributes not currently controllable, using keyboard or MIDI events
-- RAM caching of sound clips to reduce hard drive I/O
-- template management
-- AppleScript support (or internal scripting support, or "MIDI" clips that fire scripted events on periodic basis)

All of that, plus a set of new skins, may take some time.

It hasn't been a few months yet since 1.5, so if 2.0 is around the corner, then they must have really been busy.

Here's hoping 2.0 rocks...

-Alex
agree!!!!

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Post by Rx » Sun Oct 06, 2002 4:23 pm

Just thought of something:

It would be cool if all the .asd files could be kept in a separate folder.
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Post by mindlobster » Mon Oct 07, 2002 12:06 am

OOOOH YES!!! I put a lot of suggestions on the 'feature wishlist' section, but those lil asd files are...grrrr...! Can't live with em can't live without em...YES ABLETON AN ASD FOLDER PLEASE!!!

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Post by Guest » Mon Oct 07, 2002 6:30 pm

ok, so the AES show has done its thing, was ableton there or not, and if so
what did they reveal?

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