+1 And I would also contend that they are still very much focused on the software as a whole (there is no Push without it) and have made lots of improvements and tweaks to 9 since it was released + added fantastic features like Link.Fanu wrote:Getting the vibe that people are complaining a bit. Understandable, in a way.
However, Ableton are proud of their flagship controller that tightly integrates with the software, and imho it's understandable that they want to work on it.
Push 2 is dope as heck; anyone who's used it knows it expands your workflow (laptop land isn't always that great).
If you're not going to use it, that's fine, but you probably shouldn't be upset that Push and things relating to it are being worked on to a great extent at the moment.
Ableton is obviously in the business of increasing profits for their products, but I still feel like they put their users (and the music they create) at the forefront of everything they do and genuinely want all of their products to be the best that they can be.