ze2be wrote:Id be supriced but very happy if it was introduced before version 10. I doubt it. Just look at how manny full versions it took to get session automation. However if adding an offline/cpu heavy render mode is not a huge task, then by all means go for it!
re-reading Henke's ideas on this it seems that this works like we've been suspecting it would. plug-ins report their latency and Live can adjust. it is like is now for low audio latency.
sdfak1234 wrote:if Ableton are working on the fix they should let us know, not keep it secret just in case it doesn't work.
disagree. the more they tell customers the more of a pain in the ass it becomes. when will it be fixed? why will it be fixed? it's not fixed enough. people will complain about ANYTHING you tell them, so don't tell them anything until it's done.
doesn't really matter what we think, they'll do what they want to do, just look at the ugly ass forum and web site.
extremely disappointed to have invested so much time and money into this platform.. if this is all that they can come up with in 3 years, I have very low hopes... plus I'm sick of buying it just because competitors aren't doing the same stuff... I'd rather give it up than invest in a dead platform. Also think it's very bad form to get no comment on this problem.
why in the world are you using it if it's this disappointing? sell your license. do it now while people are disappointed in Live 9. people holding out for Live 9 wanting to skip 8 will buy it. it sounds like a complete waste of money for you.
merges wrote:Given how important this is, and how core to the software, it seems almost impossible that it would be added *after* a public beta.
for dance music, knob twisters, people that use lots of effects for their sound it's important. most of my effects are static, most of my automation is just for sends. they've sold tens (hundreds?) of thousands of licenses without this and it's a known issue.
sdfak1234 wrote:Also think it's very bad form to get no comment on this problem.
If it were some arbitrary effect feature, then no comment would be fine. This is audio software, it's practically *all about TIME.* It'd be nice to hear something from the horse's mouth.
there's a link to a Henke quote going into detail about this. they know about it and left it out for lower latency.
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