Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by jimmynitcher » Mon Jun 16, 2014 4:20 pm

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by wascal » Tue Jun 17, 2014 10:49 am

Sort out smart-snap asap, or at least allow us to turn it off. I was fine with using a modifier or cmd+4 if I wanted to move notes off grid. The current implementation is a massive pain in the ass and seemingly random.
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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by XSIMan » Tue Jun 17, 2014 12:09 pm

GUI driven by cuda cores.

A rack that can hold multiple third party plugins. Like the effect rack but it pops up all the GUIs nice and neatly stacked with one click.

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by sinextesia » Tue Jun 17, 2014 3:39 pm

Retina support please!!!

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by vic_france » Tue Jun 24, 2014 2:33 pm

deva wrote:
Gnuus wrote:Polyphonic aftertouch!
+100
I have only recently purchased a copy of Ableton Live (which I think is an absolutely excellent piece of software ;) ), but have only just discovered, (to my utter horror!), that it doesn't handle polyphonic aftertouch at all (doesn't even pass it as MIDI Thru).
Please, please, implement this in a not-too-distant future version.. While there aren't many external keyboards that generate polyphonic aftertouch (but all the ones I have do so ;) ), there are surprisingly many hardware and virtual instruments that do respond to it (even if, in their modulation matrices, you see only "Aftertouch", many of them are capable of recognizing automatically if it is receiving channel~ or poly~ aftertouch, and responding accordingly).
I do realize that this is possibly no small feat to achieve, if it wasn't implemented in the early stages of developement, but, please try to find a way to implement it ;).


So.. a massive "+1" from me too ;)
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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by locojohn » Tue Jun 24, 2014 3:26 pm

Possibility to ignore a third party plugin entirely when its deactivated, so as to be able to use zero latency monitoring while recording with plugins that otherwise introduce latency in the active state.

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Post by mholloway » Tue Jun 24, 2014 10:51 pm

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by tecolo » Wed Jun 25, 2014 8:45 pm

locojohn wrote:Possibility to ignore a third party plugin entirely when its deactivated, so as to be able to use zero latency monitoring while recording with plugins that otherwise introduce latency in the active state.

Andrejs
But that's how it's working for me. At least it does for Nebula which introduces huge delay..when i deactivate it it doesn't consume cpu and delay is gone. I think it's maybe plugin design thing not DAW thing. Some plugins even have variable delay.

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by eyeknow » Wed Jun 25, 2014 9:19 pm

tecolo wrote:
locojohn wrote:Possibility to ignore a third party plugin entirely when its deactivated, so as to be able to use zero latency monitoring while recording with plugins that otherwise introduce latency in the active state.

Andrejs
But that's how it's working for me. At least it does for Nebula which introduces huge delay..when i deactivate it it doesn't consume cpu and delay is gone. I think it's maybe plugin design thing not DAW thing. Some plugins even have variable delay.
I've run into this a few times where the latency of a plug causes all kinds of funky. Weird delays with audio input. Waves ADT was so bad that if you put it on a track, it would cause delays in ALL tracks even after deleting it.

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by locojohn » Wed Jun 25, 2014 9:36 pm

tecolo wrote:
locojohn wrote:Possibility to ignore a third party plugin entirely when its deactivated, so as to be able to use zero latency monitoring while recording with plugins that otherwise introduce latency in the active state.

Andrejs
But that's how it's working for me. At least it does for Nebula which introduces huge delay..when i deactivate it it doesn't consume cpu and delay is gone. I think it's maybe plugin design thing not DAW thing. Some plugins even have variable delay.
Well, for example if I am recording a vocal track via microphone, on which there's a VST plugin that causes some latency (for example, FabFilter Pro Q with Medium/Linear/Maximum phase latency setting), and then I am monitoring the track being recorded at the same time, I hear the vocal track delayed. So a singer whom I invited would hear his original own voice, plus his voice being recorded and being delayed, causing that nasty echo. That's certainly a no go.

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by deva » Tue Jul 01, 2014 12:53 am

hell with 9.2

It's time for Live 10 to be announced! It has been a year and 8 months since Live 9 was announced!!

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by Tarekith » Tue Jul 01, 2014 1:08 am

Automatic track naming when dragging in new files and they create a track.

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by eyeknow » Tue Jul 01, 2014 1:24 am

deva wrote:hell with 9.2

It's time for Live 10 to be announced! It has been a year and 8 months since Live 9 was announced!!
Wow, reality just sunk in!

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by nstock222 » Thu Aug 07, 2014 1:43 pm

Realistically, it probably won't happen until Live 10, but sub-groups would be the best thing ever.

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Re: Live 9.2 wish list (I know this soon?)

Post by snakedogman » Sat Aug 09, 2014 9:39 am

ghost/alias clips in arrange view please?

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