A Fusion drive is perfectly fine for projects. And you could get away with using one SSD for your system and libraries.
The "New York" drum sound - parallel compression. Combine a compressed copy with an uncompressed copy for whack + nuance.
Did someone piss in your Wheaties this morning?
What percentage of them has issues?
I'm certainly not apologizing, just asking the question.
My early 2014 11" MacBook Air is the best computer ever.
It's not for studio work - although it's fine for light-duty recording - but it's...
There's always Realitone's Realivox Ladies.
Go to 6:20 in the video and listen to Teresa.
I haven't heard the latter, but the VI one is fabulous. (The one from the Special Edition.)
The one in EastWest Goliath, which I believe is also...
I think you can authorize the computer without using a USB stick.
That would make sense, since the RX460 works in earlier versions (I know because I had one briefly).
But I also know from reading reports of...
Then is the driver for the card part of High Sierra?
For you, not for me.
Not if you want to work on a Mac, as for instance all Logic users do.
Macs are never going to compete € for € with a...
It's not $6500, it's $3200 ($2800 with 16GB; I agree that $400 extra to bring it up to 32GB is too much).
Also, with the potential caveat below...
No it's not only GHz, but I've also been told many times over the years that you still need the cycles on individual cores.
As I said, I don't...
They have a graphic bug on my machine - the UIs, if they show up, are several inches away from where they're supposed to be.
That's in VE Pro -...
We Mac users are spoiled, I guess. Core MIDI takes care of all that without intervention.
Does the Doepfer use a driver, or is it USB MIDI class-compliant?
If it's the latter, you should be able to route it to both programs. I'm not...
Oh, I just assumed two machines. Yeah, if it's only one then it should just be automatic.
The easiest solution I can think of is an iConnectivity interface that supports two machines.
This is their smallest 2-host one, but they make...
That makes sense, given that Mojave includes a firmware update for our machine.
Just curious, do you notice a difference in performance with different screen resolutions? I have a very similar machine to yours with a Radeon...
This could just be the usual USB crap (I have to reinsert dongles every once in a while, although I don't think that's happened since I...
Actually, 2.3GHz may be an issue. I don't know that it is, but it sounds a little on the low side - even after you take all the turbo this and...
Okay, I should have looked first.
This configuration, which has 32GB of RAM (is it user-upgradable instead?) is $3200, $2800 with 16GB.
Unless it's tied to your ears, music theory is always going to be boring!
The advice here is absolutely right, for that exact reason. Music...
I'm going to PM you.
Well, you can make copies of them and put them in a separate folder.
But I guess that could be an issue if the VE Pro instructions are stored...
EDIT: 1. and 2. are not true.
Looks great, but I have three issues:
1. The price!
2. The price!
3. 32GB maximum RAM. That's below the threshold...
LOL = "I laugh in your face"
Incredibly rude. Hell with that.
Yeah, you download something like 40MB, and then it needs to install the full library as a separate process.
I tried launching VEPro 5 (with 7 installed), and you definitely can't launch the server - and I think you can't load both AU plug-ins.
I haven't tried, but remember - the 32-bit version isn't included in the new version, so if you use it for old plug-ins you'll be out of luck.
It should look something like this:
:) :) :)
It's real music looped, no?
Not for me on my Mojave 5,1. I have my second monitor running at 1080p HiDPI (as we discussed at great length), so there has to be more to the...
7 is worth it just for the plug-ins. As I think I wrote earlier in this thread, my favorite one is the exciter.
That's fine, but I'm telling you: the dust really has settled.
You need a dongle on any machine that's running the server (but not the VST or AU plug-in to connect to it).
You'll be fine.
Now, your other issues - it was you, right? - are probably network-related.
The latest Mojave. I actually helped beta test it, so yeah, I know about the requirements.
They wouldn't have released it if it weren't ready.
I'll never understand this obsession.
It is ready for prime time.
The only issue I'm still having is with AU3 - specifically getting the multiport version of the plug-in to show up...
The dust is settled.
First, you may be asking a lot of anyone to watch a video of your Project loading. :) You could probably get the point across by saying how long...
I always thought of myself as part of the majority bias *for* VSL.
Everyone I've ever met from the company is extremely nice, and...
You know, I've been playing with the Epic Orchestra. Some of it is growing on me.
I agree with Michael Antrum that the oboe d'amore and the...
By the way, Massenburg's diffusion-everywhere studio is interesting. I'd love to hear what it sounds like:
And he got that from someone's grandmother, who said it about... every human endeavor. :)
I've come to rely on having more than one set of speakers as additional references. With the new video card I bought to run the latest macOS on my...
Yeah, simplicity and power are usually on opposite sides of a scale.
I admit to preferring the balance to tilt to the former, because in the heat...
Separate names with a comma.