I'm sure '72 was still the 4004 days so that would be 4 bitanalog_rome wrote:Seems like a good way to let the 32-bit users know that they need to get with the times if they want to upgrade to 10... Head off the inevitable "I've been using Ableton since 1972 and it worked just fine at 32-bit, I quit Ableton!" type comments.
Discussion of music production, audio, equipment and any related topics, either with or without Ableton Live
Nothing to see here - move along!
I hate to be the one to break this to you, but Live 9 is most likely reaching the end of its life cycle.Coupe70 wrote:And stringtapper, I HAVE TO switch to 64 bit or I will be suspended from bugfixes and updates.
So if you stay with Live 9 you're going to be locked out of those things anyway by virtue of using a superseded version.