I don't think you're getting what I'm saying. Given the obvious tragectory of Ableton all these years, this can only mean things get better or remain the same. You and others in this thread are addressing the possibility of tighter integration between Max and Live as if it's a bad thing which in and of itself is patently insane. Like I previously mentioned M4L isn't going anywhere, so you either accept that or move on, there are other DAWs, there's no reason to be unhappy.TomKern wrote:Well, we can obviously only comment on what we experienced in the past and that is neglect of Live for the benefit of the not so smooth integration of M4L.
Maybe the future will bring all of what you wrote, you seem to be very sure of it. I guess you must have special insider knowledge since your view is not supported by past experience.
Since we are already dreaming, maybe I finally get a pony too, yay
I use more than one DAW because I don't see the point of being a complainer when a company makes a decision I don't like. All of you petitioning for less Max focus in Live are blatantly ignoring Ableton's obvious tragectory. I'm not saying don't petition for a native LFO or at least a higher functioning LFO, I'm saying complaining about stability because of M4L, then using that to complain about tighter integration between Live and Max, which very well could and should increase stability between the two is pretty silly. It's attacking the medic when they show up because there are other wounded, it doesn't make any sense.