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hatefish
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Post by hatefish » Tue Jan 24, 2012 10:56 pm

candy warlos wrote:I want Live 9 to be a Live 8 that actually works and is free for Live 8 owners.
How does that sound?
sounds great,

but I think that managers are now driving all the decisions in the Ableton's rooms. I have the impression that nerds, musicians and programmers they have been closed in a cabinet for making room for stylish manager-office....

dusnd
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Post by dusnd » Wed Nov 07, 2012 4:49 am

I'll preface this with the fact that I've been a user/supporter/advocate of LIve since version 1. If you use live, and have been haunted by unfulfilled live user feature-requests many of us have had for YEARS, then I strongly suggest you check out BitWig studio, ASAP! Especially if you've already gotten a peek of what is coming in Live 9 (and the next sizable chunk of money you'll need to pay to get forced to use ONLY 64-bit plugins in Live, unlike bitwig that support 32 & 64 with a Live-Like interface).

I just found BitWig Studio, its Live, but has ALL of the features I've needed in live for years now... including features like VST 32bit & 64bit support + VST crash protection, open multiple docs at once, per-note automation(FINALLY!), support for multiple screens/layouts, & a full max-msp-like native modular system built in! Nearly anyone that uses Live knows what i'm talking about ;-)?. I've been with Live since Version 1, and this app lets me see that that not only can i work on Win/Mac/Linux with BitWig, but comparatively speaking Ableton just doesn't have a fast development structure if an App like this can creep up with such a powerful toolset & Live-Like approach that brings EVERY feature I've needed in Live for years, into a single app that I can finally also move to my Linux box, WOW!

Their site:
http://www.bitwig.com/

Their YouTube channel, with demo videos:
http://www.youtube.com/user/bitwig/vide ... ist&view=0

Bitwig Studio Beta video - VST support and plugin crash protection
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwekCqQT-t8&feature=plcp

Bitwig Studio Beta Introduction
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypcPm-oorzA&feature=plcp

Nemou
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Post by Nemou » Fri Nov 16, 2012 5:47 am

Honestly, just fix the PDC and I'll be happy with Live 9 from what I've seen. Sure support for multiple monitors sounds like it should've been there years ago and it still isn't.. but from my personal point of view this is such a pain and slows me down more than anything else.

H20nly
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Post by H20nly » Fri Nov 16, 2012 6:26 am

:? how do i get my clips to load into the bitwig youtube video? also, i tried to add an audio effect from the Live browser but it keeps disappearing when i hover over the video. i can tell that mpeg support is working, but how will PDC improvements, comping and automation take place if the current version of bitwig will not allow any changes other than the transport control provided by the embedded player?

seems like the feature set is kind of lacking.

*shrugs*

pencilrocket
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Post by pencilrocket » Fri Nov 16, 2012 8:12 am

You need therapy.
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