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The customer support that Image-Line provides is nice, although there is no direct number, unfortunately. Fruity Loops, from what I've heard is a very good entry level program that can do most of what the other ones can do. I've been thinking about this for months, and I think I've gone as far as I can without shelling out for some decent software. All depends on your workflow. Especially the effects in Logic Pro. This is a big deal, since tons of composers out there need plugins like the video player when scoring films, and having this nearly unusable scoring plugin undoubtedly deters people from an otherwise great piece of software.
I like other things about Ableton though, just not the piano roll. Ableton Live, however, was already at the artistic peak of a live performance machine. A person with no production knowledge can just throw something down. I never use a template, so it's always a blank slate and I really have to think about everything I'm doing and how I'm doing it. If your post is calling someone out for something, it's probably not appropriate here. Also if by any chance you are studying something, you might be eligible for 40% discount for Ableton Live Standard or Suite.
Yes, Ableton has multi-monitor support, but with much less flexibility. I'm actually going to school for music and sound design for visual media right now, and the program uses Logic and Pro Tools Avid Certified User as of last month! If you disagree with something, make your case politely. Within the Session view, Follow Actions allow users to automate clip triggering, and even create music using random logic. As the Mac version has grown from a sloppy, Windows-crossover edition into a fully-fledged piece of standalone software, there have definitely been undeniable growing pains. Sоmеоnе соming frоm thе world оf Prо Tооlѕ iѕ gоing tо hаvе a rоugh trаnѕitiоn.
If you're not sure if your post will fit or not, message the moderators. If you mean the former, then yeah I've found that kinda tedious myself too. In fact, the new features made to work with Performance Mode seem to contrast with the older sections of the program. Check here for full compatibility info. Just how advantageous are the advantages, and can equivalent features be gotten for free with different software? The next thing you should do is download a demo of one, or both. You can full take control of these instruments, using automation and all the extra features to create new sounds.
For example I sketch and lay out my songs in Ableton 9. All audio recording, editing, and manipulation features are stripped away. Would I be able to upgrade later if I change my mind, rather than paying full price for the next version up? Hopefully they roll it fully out in the near future. While on the surface these pieces of software seem quite similar, the purposes each serve it quite differently. And what if I wanted to change its value directly instead of automating it? Learn a few on a basic level via demos + reading manuals and pick the one you like best. Templates and grouping make it easy to work on different groups of instruments and samples at a time.
You could quickly switch the software around completely both in the studio and on stage. I'm now familiar with both of them but Ableton took more time to go through. Written by Jaron Lewis Software is an essential part of creating your music. The first is Session view, the main portion of the live setting. Also, I never understono the whole 'give automation it's own track' thing.
Mac has worked on Windows very well for a long time. Also, I like that deleting placed notes is done by just right clicking over them. But you can save effect chains and instruments as presets, so there is still definitely stuff out there. And I haven't used Ableton. Adding an Instrument Rack is pretty easy in Ableton.