Apple/Logic doesn't, I don't think Avid/Pro Tools can either. Publicly traded companies are subject to anti trust laws put in place here in the states after Enron assraped all those people with promises of high speed internet etc.leedsquietman wrote: As for features at .2 .5 or whatever versions, many companies such as Cakewalk, MOTU and Steinberg actually do add in features. Here's some examples of what got added in Cubase since C4
4.1 - sidechaining, free routing and 50 other minor GUI or workflow tweaks
4.3 - draggable inserts
4.5 - BETA version of 64 bit Cubase
Cubase 5.5 - new sound library for Groove Agent One, vastly improved CPU efficiency on the Reverence convolution reverb, a new timestretching algorithm, improved media bay and project manager.
All of which came for free - Ableton are not only the most expensive DAW, but just about one of the only DAW companies who doesn't introduce new features at fractional points
MOTU and DPY on the other hand!
New Custom '59 power amp models
Guitar tone presets
Track folder overview
Track folder editing
Track folder controls
Channel strip presets
Automatic addition of inserts
More plug-in presets.
New Trim tool for automation
Auto-check for updates
More keyboard shortcuts
Core Audio file format support
Pro Tools 8.03 compatibility
DP Control™ app
Get hands-on from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Control DP's transports, record multiple takes, ride faders, manage your undo history, and much more, with DP Control App's unique, customized-for-DP design. Mix with both hands on your iPad while relaxing on the couch across the studio. Ultimate control never felt this good.
Ableton literally have no excuse. They have to be doing better than DP what with DP being a direct competitor to Logic on Mac, and not cross platform.
Yeah I'm playing hard ball, but seriously, they can be as sweet as honey, but if other companies are offering actual honey!