That's the point, if you're not affected, then this kinda doesn't pertain to you? I gave a list to work with earlierMachinesworking wrote:Since I'm not experiencing problems I have no fucking idea which bugs are in the beta and which problems are in the current release version?
For the record, I am NOT participating in the current BETA as I'm extremely busy with projects. I just don't have the expendable time at this stage of the game. I don't think the OP specifically said that he is EXCLUSIVELY using the Beta, which is where alot of confusion (I think) is stemming. My understanding/interpretation is that he is participating in the current Beta, as he has in the past.Machinesworking wrote: I don't get why you have an issue with me pointing out that mixing beta issues and released version issues is a bad idea? Anytime Ableton gets people reporting on bugs that don't exist in a version that's extra time chasing ghosts for programmers, and hearsay is a huge problem. If you can't see why that's a problem then I'm sorry, but you're never going to be very happy with any software ever of any complexity.
Most importantly- the problems the OP listed in his post: YES, I 100% have seen each and every one of these problems in Live 9's STABLE releases, to this day. The code issues in that sense when talking Beta vs "Stable" are not mutually exclusive, or so it seems. Clarified?
I seem them every damn day I'm in the studio, several times over. The only thing that as brought an ounce of relief has been switching to 64 bit. But as I mentioned earlier in the thread- over a half-dozen crashes in yesterday alone. Lots of spinning wheels for no reason, long project loads, you name it. The only bug I did not experience yesterday was the 'No File ID'. We'll see about today. It's early still.
NOW I will say THAT PART- the sluggish, unstable behavior, from my current experience is EXCLUSIVE to Ableton. I can throw the effing kitchen sink at Reaper and Reason before they crack, period.
Well I wasn't really knocking on your door for tech support. I'm just echoing sentiments of the OP as well as other posters in this thread. Fuck if I expect you to fix anything.Machinesworking wrote: By all means rant about Live, but if all you're going to do is say "LIVE ARE UNSTABLE! IT DON"T MATTER IF BETA OR NOT", and I'm not using the beta on a stable system, you tell me nothing.
Heck take a gander at the hot topics in the forum w/ most views and replies- what's the common theme? I'm making my voice heard and praying Ableton will be again something I look forward to using day to day. Someone using a professional DAW shouldn't have to adjust their workflow for fuckery nor budget time in the studio for mishaps.
This is NOT cheap software, especially when you start pairing it with their proprietary hardware. I expect it to perform up to it's pricetag, no less.