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Re: Revisiting Ableton Live, now with Max4Live

> That's my general bare bones report that I hope will help some folks
> to spend less time in the tech pit and more time making music.

Thanks for continue to share your deep knowledge. You're a blessing for 
the list


>>> piped out through Mainstage, guessing there must be something about
>>> how the compressors work and how the audio engine handles summing of
>>> audio streams. And the new multi CPU/core support was evident as a
>>> seemingly never ending DSP power. But it seems you need to re-build MS
>>> concerts from scratch in 2.2 to get it right and the trick to make the
>>> new multi core handling happen is to keep CPU intensive channelstrips
>>> without any cross talking like side-chaining or sending audio through
>>> a bus to an aux that also receives audio sent from other
>>> channelstrips. That is the same logic as in how you set up big
>>> projects in Bidule, but while you have to assign objects manually in
>>> Bidule to be taken care of by another CPU/core this is automatic in MS
>>> 2.2. Missing Max 4 Live though, because I could set up great "swell
>>> pedal" functionality with M4L "audio amplitude envelope follow to data
>>> control" devises. An option totally lacking in MS (if not using a
>>> third-party plugin like Amplitube 3 that has a good swell pedal
>>> simulation, but to me both Sticks and guitars sound more interesting
>>> without such tube amp/cab simulation. Well you can actually cheat up a
>>> rather lame swell pedal in Mainstage by using the Envelope plugin, but
>>> it's kind of somewhere on a scale between half-assed and luke warm).
>>> So if someone can recommend an Audio Unit plugin that applies "swell
>>> attack" to the audio signal I'd be grateful for hint ;-)
>>> Greetings from Sweden
>>> Per Boysen
>>> www.perboysen.com
>>> http://www.youtube.com/perboysen
>>> On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 7:59 AM, Buzap Buzap <buzap@gmx.net> wrote:
>>>> Hi Per
>>>> fair enough, esp. if you use Max4Live as a crazy effect tool ;-)
>>>> Personally, I actually would like to use Ableton for both live 
>>>> looping and recording. But at the moment it's just not flexible 
>>>> enough.
>>>> So what I end up doing is emulating Ableton clip/scene behaviour in 
>>>> Mobius. Oh well...
>>>> best regards
>>>> Buzap
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