good or non detrimental?
I do think that is a reasonable point of view.we will agree to disagree.
It is indeed of course moot whilst your product is still working as expected....unless one day it stops.
But to have a developer go MIA a few months after you buy a product can never be a good thing imho.
I ended up ordering a refurbished Behringer X-Touch Compact from eBay. It seems the Compact is better for CC control than the standard X-Touch. I am not a Behringer fan but their partnership with Midas at least yields a nice control surface.The maker "Cackland" hasn't been in this forum since May of last year, so it's fairly safe to say that they are no longer in production. Bummer...
I was sent the 'limited' software version in 2017. Does anyone know if the 'full' software was completed?
I snooped around in the app package contents and found this interface mock-up. View attachment 18168 It seems like some nice features were planned - curve and range controls, presets for different sample library developers, four slots for saving settings.
Slightly nicer on the eyes than the current version
View attachment 18169
Can't the cc's be changed within Kontakt for each of those libraries? i.e. change spitfire to CC02?One feature I'd really like is to be able to send out multiple CCs on the same fader simultaneously.
Currently I have 'Cinesamples vibrato' (CC2) and 'Spitfire vibrato' (CC21) on separate faders. It would be nice to combine them and free up a fader. CS libraries aren't affected by CC21, and SF libraries aren't affected by CC2, so there would be no conflict.