I see your point, but I don't think they are going to stop the development of the core software. that would be suicidal.3phase wrote: in relation to a full max licence m4L is a bargain.. no question about that and even without reductions..
just that you are forced to use it one the one hand and the quite open declaration that further development of the core program itself is now in the hand of a hord of wild max patchers, on the other hand, dont sounds promissing
I know that there still are a lot of problems with Live, but I think (I hope) that Ableton is really working to fix all the various issues as they stated quite some time ago.
I take this as a moment of transition in order to get to an allaround better program.
I know I'm one of the new guys around here, and I understand the frustration for all the time the old users must have been waiting, but I guess Ableton knows that the next move with Live will be the one that decides its future and they are taking their time to release something that won't piss people off.
it's obvious that if this isn't going to happen, a lot of people will really jump at their necks this time