VST 2 is coming to an end

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Stromkraft
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Re: VST 2 is coming to an end

Post by Stromkraft » Mon May 28, 2018 7:40 am

No, it's not. And you repeat what have already been posted.
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Re: VST 2 is coming to an end

Post by redglass » Mon May 28, 2018 10:47 am

Stromkraft wrote:
No, it's not. And you repeat what have already been posted.
Don't agree. I am a fan of democracy and the freedom of speech.

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Re: VST 2 is coming to an end

Post by Stromkraft » Mon May 28, 2018 12:22 pm

redglass wrote:
Stromkraft wrote:
No, it's not. And you repeat what have already been posted.
Don't agree. I am a fan of democracy and the freedom of speech.

https://youtu.be/4poNtLzT7Lc?t=22m2s

Cheers, Bastian
Freedom of speech mean I can let you know someone else already have posted in another thread what you repeat. It's not about you not getting someone saying you're wrong either.

VST 2 lives!
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Re: VST 2 is coming to an end

Post by redglass » Mon May 28, 2018 1:39 pm

Freedom of speech mean I can let you know someone else already have posted in another thread what you repeat. It's not about you not getting someone saying you're wrong either.

VST 2 lives!

But you behave like the house keeper of the forum. VST 3 is an industry standard.

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Re: VST 2 is coming to an end

Post by S4racen » Mon May 28, 2018 3:01 pm

redglass wrote:
But you behave like the house keeper of the forum. VST 3 is an industry standard.
Since when? Must've missed that memo...

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Re: VST 2 is coming to an end

Post by Stromkraft » Mon May 28, 2018 7:17 pm

redglass wrote:
Freedom of speech mean I can let you know someone else already have posted in another thread what you repeat. It's not about you not getting someone saying you're wrong either.

VST 2 lives!

But you behave like the house keeper of the forum. VST 3 is an industry standard.
So when I exercise free speech that doesn't suit you? :mrgreen:

You need to look up proprietary. An open standard is not proprietary.

As VST 2 also is, this point is somewhat moot and I don't think the lack of VST 3 support is because of this. The reasons for this lack have been discussed elsewhere for years in these Ableton forums as well as in other place3s.
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Re: VST 2 is coming to an end

Post by redglass » Mon May 28, 2018 9:11 pm

Stromkraft wrote:
redglass wrote:
Freedom of speech mean I can let you know someone else already have posted in another thread what you repeat. It's not about you not getting someone saying you're wrong either.

VST 2 lives!

But you behave like the house keeper of the forum. VST 3 is an industry standard.
So when I exercise free speech that doesn't suit you? :mrgreen:

You need to look up proprietary. An open standard is not proprietary.

As VST 2 also is, this point is somewhat moot and I don't think the lack of VST 3 support is because of this. The reasons for this lack have been discussed elsewhere for years in these Ableton forums as well as in other place3s.
So why do the majority of DAWs support VST3 then?

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