Mac and Music News
Through Monday October 13, 2003
|Sep 16 - 04:08 PM||440network > MacMusic|
Lucky you! During all the AE2003 an iSight streams the teamers sleeping nude… uh… working hard on the MM Booth (F14, Hall 4 ;). Expect also pics and news from the novelties at the exhibit in the following days
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|Sep 16 - 12:09 PM||Apple > Apple|
The Apple booth has uncovered rows of new powerbook G4, we have the pics of the beasts.
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|Sep 16 - 07:35 AM||Music Software > Ableton|
I've had a chance now to give Live 3 a test-drive. So far, the new release looks very solid, and even in beta runs fine. An interesting detail: the new plugins ship as VST plugins, as opposed to proprietary Live plugins, so you can use them with other software. The previous plugins remain proprietary. Despite the fit-and-finish on this new release, however, you will want to wait for the final software to ship. Unlike the Live 2 beta, the beta software warns that files saves with the beta may be incompatible with the final release version. I'll have more on Live 3 later this week; in the meantime feel free to email me your impressions.
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|Sep 16 - 03:56 AM||Music Software > Ableton|
In a statement by Ableton's Gerhard on the Live user forum, Live's developer says Live 3 won't bring significant audio performance improvements, and furthermore, Velocity Engine optimization (which would benefit Mac G4 and G5 users) would require a complete rewrite of the underlying audio engine that won't occur in this upgrade.
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|Sep 16 - 03:54 AM||Plug-ins > Prosoniq|
Have you ever wondered if it is possible to seemlessly morph from one sound to another? It's now really possible : Prosoniq announce "morph VST" a very interesting and fast new VST (and stand-alone) plug-in from Prosoniq. For Mac only (OS 9 & OS X compatible too!). Morph VST is availaible for 179 $.
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