Okay, so the link to purchase in pounds really converts to the current $ sales price on izotope.
glitchrock-buddha totally hear you on the CPU load. If you can justify the price for giving yourself just a little headroom there, and you don't hear a difference between the filters and whatev's that you're already using, then you don't have to worry too much about anything.
Right, no parameter control, but for the filter, and the auto-grid something or other? Can anyone explain that a bit better? And what is actually passing through the key note grid?
And I didn't like effectrix from my last impression. Too much mousing around. Has that changed?
reeloy totally hear you too: Do I really want to spend my time and boring myself and the audience with a monophonic key glitching my shit out? Ask yourself honestly, is this basically innoculating and numbing you and your audience from any actual interesting move, or is it trully making you loose all control of your bowels from musical awesomeness?
Also, yes, like jamief said, things look too easy, and that's really not very interesting to watch or be engaged in. For me, there needs to be some immediacy about the performance decisions I make. So if I'm going to make this array of decisions as easy as pressing a button, where then am I putting my focus? Clearly my focus needs to go somewhere, right, or I'm just picking my balls.
Terekith-already so recognizable, I agree.
Sunsetter, if you're going to automate anything in Stutter Edit, you're really just going into midi note record. That's as close to.
Arafel, There's some serious game theory going on here in this forum and with their marketing launch, believe it or no: the Nash Equilibirum is that everyone's going to buy it, because if you don't, some schmuck might outshine you for the next umpteen years while this becomes the mots du jour. It's almost a point of distinction that some of us are just plain broke and couldn't buy it even if we wanted to.