...well, i don't say you could'nt click some soundtrack together for some moviving pictures....
But if you seriously work on a movieSCORE, with orchesterlib's, panlaws, framelocks, notes (i mean real notes, not some dots in a pianoroll) and different cut versions....and a deadline for a final mix where hundreds of tracks must sum up in 5.1 or whatever.....
You get pretty lost in ableton...no fuckin' chance....
And if you don't agree here.....you have no clue what you're talking about.....
i repeat, i haven't done extensive film scoring and so i'm not ruling out your experience. i'm saying i disagree with you as far as my scoring purposes are concerned.
next logical step in productconcept should be a next add on module like max but for video
I completely disagree. If this sort of thing is even on the list, it shouldn't be anywhere near the top and I don't think that the next logical step for any DAW is better video implementation really. Unless the DAW really has nailed everything
concerning audio (and MIDI).
inside of live it runs at 32 since live is a 32bit app. you can run kontakt as stand-alone in 64bit then route the audio inside of live via the external instrument device.
Would Soundflower allow it to show up in the External Instrument device?
soundflower would allow you to route the audio into live but i don't think it would allow you to hook it up to external instrument and thus allow you to automate anything. check the manual for more information.