Dear Ableton, 64 BIT SUPPORT . NOW . PLEASE!!! PLEASEEE! :*(

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Re: Dear Ableton, 64 BIT SUPPORT . NOW . PLEASE!!! PLEASEEE! :*(

Post by beatmunga » Fri May 25, 2012 7:12 pm

Rationalizer wrote:
H20nly wrote: here's some English for you:


That rather large and ever so pompous cranium you are touting about seems to have become lodged in the most dark and dreary gloom of the inner reaches of your rectum. Would you care for a spot of Salad Cream to rub round it before you attempt to pull your head out your bloody arse?
Challenge accepted :)

Finnish for beginners:

järki = reason, sense, intelligence
järjestää = organise
järjestelmä = organisation
... järjestelmällinen = organised
järjestelmällistyttää = organisationalise
epäjärjestelmällistyttää = unorganisationalise
epäjärjestelmällistyttämätön = having unreflectional attention to antiunorganisationalise
epäjärjestelmällistyttämättömyys = unreflectional attention to antiunorganisationalise
epäjärjestelmällistyttämättomyydellä = with unreflectional attention to antiunorganisationalise
epäjärjestelmällistyttämättömyydellään = with his unreflectional attention to antiunorganisationalise
epäjärjestelmällistyttämättömyydelläänkö = is it with his unreflectional attention to antiunorganisationalise?
epäjärjestelmällistyttämättömyydelläänköhän = I wonder if it is possible, with his unreflectional attention to antiunorganisationalise?
epäjärjestelmällistyttämättömyydelläänköhänkään? = I wonder if it is possible, even with his unreflectional attention to antiunorganisationalise?
That is the single most fascinating post I have ever seen on this forum. Like I say, respect!

And to think, H2Only struggles with mere English.
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Re: Dear Ableton, 64 BIT SUPPORT . NOW . PLEASE!!! PLEASEEE! :*(

Post by beatmunga » Fri May 25, 2012 7:20 pm

H20nly wrote:here's some English for you:


That rather large and ever so pompous cranium you are touting about seems to have become lodged in the most dark and dreary gloom of the inner reaches of your rectum. Would you care for a spot of Salad Cream to rub round it before you attempt to pull your head out your bloody arse?
You've been working on that an inordinately long time, haven't you?

64 bit Live poses less of a challenge to Ableton than you having a stab at some proper English like wot I speak.
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Re: Dear Ableton, 64 BIT SUPPORT . NOW . PLEASE!!! PLEASEEE! :*(

Post by H20nly » Fri May 25, 2012 7:39 pm

:lol: the funny bit is that you think i'm just some daft American who could not possibly comprehend your superior English mindset.

... but, you've no idea that i attended Highfields in Matlock where i was in Riber house... i played football in the snow... my rugby position was loose end prop. i threw javelin and ran hurdles. i did all these while receiving a proper education in English.

my mom is over in the UK now even... she's taking care of my 93 year old grandma, but mum just had back surgery... so maybe you could take that nose of yours and point it at the pavement, instead of the sky, so they can use it as ramp to get the groceries in and out of the car. thanks.

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Re: Dear Ableton, 64 BIT SUPPORT . NOW . PLEASE!!! PLEASEEE! :*(

Post by beatmunga » Fri May 25, 2012 8:17 pm

H20nly wrote::lol: the funny bit is that you think i'm just some daft American who could not possibly comprehend your superior English mindset.

... but, you've no idea that i attended Highfields in Matlock where i was in Riber house... i played football in the snow... my rugby position was loose end prop. i threw javelin and ran hurdles. i did all these while receiving a proper education in English.

my mom is over in the UK now even... she's taking care of my 93 year old grandma, but mum just had back surgery... so maybe you could take that nose of yours and point it at the pavement, instead of the sky, so they can use it as ramp to get the groceries in and out of the car. thanks.
I think you've spent too long in America and are confusing literacy with privilege, 'old fruit'.

(PS I live quite near Matlock. If you are going to boast about your schooling (which is always a bad move) then at least pick a school that is not under OFSTED special measures...)
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Post by H20nly » Fri May 25, 2012 8:30 pm

:lol: "boast" about it.

it's a fact, as is my participation and enrollment at all the other schools i attended.

but that's okay. you can be the self appointed King of England and/or the Captain of the English Grammar Police.

the rest of us will just keep typing.




P.S. i've been out of school for a "few" years now. i have no idea what the fate of Highfields is in the 21st century.

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Post by beatmunga » Fri May 25, 2012 9:21 pm

H20nly wrote::lol: "boast" about it.

it's a fact, as is my participation and enrollment at all the other schools i attended.

but that's okay. you can be the self appointed King of England and/or the Captain of the English Grammar Police.

the rest of us will just keep typing.




P.S. i've been out of school for a "few" years now. i have no idea what the fate of Highfields is in the 21st century.
I only interjected in this thread because of someone trying to be the English language police. That was rude of them, and so I was 10 times more rude in defence. Beat them with their own stick.

Nothing to do with policing language really, but everything to do with showing that if you are going to be a language twat, be prepared to come up against even bigger twats who may decide to take you on.

For some reason, you decided to enter the fray. So do you like language pedantry or not? If you do, you'll applaud my stance. 'Cos I out-pedanted the original pedant. If you don't, you'll applaud my stance for holding a mirror up to such obnoxious pedantry.

Of course, there may be other, more complex issues that moved you to interject. Did I touch some other nerve..? The outpouring of your cultural/educational history leads me to think I did. For this, I apologise, that was not my intent.
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Re: Dear Ableton, 64 BIT SUPPORT . NOW . PLEASE!!! PLEASEEE! :*(

Post by H20nly » Fri May 25, 2012 10:16 pm

^ actually, no nerves in regard to pedigree... no shame in my game. my point in the reference i made was based on geography and source (i.e. English comes from England) nothing more.

i think we were trying to do the same thing.

i thought you were the "original pedant". :oops: :D


fukin interwebz.

edit: went to page one... i see where the twist began. :twisted:

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Re: Dear Ableton, 64 BIT SUPPORT . NOW . PLEASE!!! PLEASEEE! :*(

Post by XSIMan » Sat May 26, 2012 2:41 am

Jbridge converts Live 8 into Live 9. I'm running 64bit Kontakt and 64bit Omnisphere in Live 8 and my session is over 6GB.

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Post by Fanu » Sat May 26, 2012 11:33 am

Is that JBridge thing for VSTs only?

Sorry for the stupid Q, but if I'm only using AU plugins, will it do anything for me?
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Post by acatcalledanarchy » Sat May 26, 2012 11:49 am

H20nly wrote::lol: the funny bit is that you think i'm just some daft American who could not possibly comprehend your superior English mindset.

... but, you've no idea that i attended Highfields in Matlock where i was in Riber house... i played football in the snow... my rugby position was loose end prop. i threw javelin and ran hurdles. i did all these while receiving a proper education in English.

my mom is over in the UK now even... she's taking care of my 93 year old grandma, but mum just had back surgery... so maybe you could take that nose of yours and point it at the pavement, instead of the sky, so they can use it as ramp to get the groceries in and out of the car. thanks.
H20nly, have you seen Dead Man's Shoes..? Filmed in Matlock and Riber Castle, check it out, probably the best ever British Indie film.
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Post by XSIMan » Sat May 26, 2012 11:51 am

Jbridge is VST only http://jstuff.wordpress.com/jbridge/ samples load friken fast in 64bit.

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Post by Earwax69 » Sat May 26, 2012 1:25 pm

No crashes here on win7 since what? 2 years? Not a single. If you got crashes, it's because of VST plugins probably.

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Re: Dear Ableton, 64 BIT SUPPORT . NOW . PLEASE!!! PLEASEEE! :*(

Post by brittmic » Sat May 26, 2012 5:52 pm

Yeah come on now guys this is becoming a joke!
Waste of time doing all these fixes for 32 bit plugins and this usage data thing.
I'm becoming more reluctant to use your products because of the rewire options or lack of!
Why limit my productivity:?:

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Post by crumhorn » Sat May 26, 2012 6:40 pm

I seem to remember that Riber Castle had a really depressing, run down zoo that i was taken to as a child. Didn't some minx or something escape from there and establish themselves in the wilds of Derbyshire?
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Post by beatmunga » Sat May 26, 2012 9:48 pm

acatcalledanarchy wrote: H20nly, have you seen Dead Man's Shoes..? Filmed in Matlock and Riber Castle, check it out, probably the best ever British Indie film.
Totally agree - Meadows' meisterwerk.
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