modecai wrote:I can't help but imagine that this is just a way for live to test out new features without telling us that they are going to do something new. It's...just...so....similar...
i think that the bit wig guys just had enough from working on a crippled daw and finaly fullfill teh wishes ableton users have for allmost a decade now that wasnt allowed to be fullfilled by a bad management.
evrybody here is excited and raving about features ableton should have had years ago while allmost nobody seems to miss that ther is no max integration.
live lacks in so many departments that a competitor that is going down the same route has actually easy play to top them in all areas.
i definetely will test this and as long its not as unstable as L8, probably will go for it.
Ableton had 10 years time to proove that they are not really up to the task. While this bitwig guys seem to have a compareable product plus a lot of the features live users wait for such a long time for in just 2 years.
ok..maybe to early to judge, but one allready can say that the bitwig guys had an mouch more open ear for the ableton users feature wishes than ableton themself. And that gets my symphatie..
Also the idea to include a modular patch system in an easy to manage fashion, a bit like an enhanced version of logics enviroment as it looks, is nice.
Much more down to earth and fun to use than a max integration. looks all more promissing than i ve expected it to be.