I'm personally talking about alpha (supposedly stable releases) being buggy as shit. I think the OP (correct me if I'm wrong) has problems as well with alpha releases, he is just lamenting the fact that during the current beta it does not seem like some of those big issues are truly being addressed aside from proper PDC. Again, issues that have been ongoing since the release of Live 9 for many.Machinesworking wrote:Stromkraft wrote: There must be multiple reasons why the same release of Live is stable for some and unstable for others. Question is if we can and want to find out? I wish Ableton would find out at any rate.
Beta releases are unstable. A stable beta is a release candidate.
I suppose you could be upset that a beta wasn't called an alpha? but to knock the software over the beta version?
I lost the point of this thread?
When I have referenced 'paid beta' in this thread (if that is causing confusion) its referring to Live 9 putting out a product 2 years ago that was not ready for prime-time. Thus whomever put their money down for an upgrade or bought it outright cout consider themselves as paying for a 2-year (and counting) beta while things get (hopefully) fixed.
In sum, this be some bullshit.