Discussion in 'Your DAW (Digital Audio Workstation)' started by Ben, Feb 18, 2019.
This is a good sum up about the current situation and the lack of real expectations for now...
Sorry if this has been asked and answered here previously. Do we know when the intro pricing for upgrading from 6 to 7 is going to end?
Yes: At least after all features are revealed.
Oh well, back to the real world. And check back here for VEP 7 around summer time
So we their guinea-pigs, and we are funding their development of VEPro7? Scary thought. Still excited for it, and am holding thumbs for AU3 support!
Oh well, so I got the upgrades for license #2 and #3 now after all.
Reminds me of Gigastudio.
They haven't even ironed out the bugs in VE6. CPU meter reads 0, and folder organization on Windows is like Mac, but worse.
There is no bug free software: Not Ve Pro; not Logic Pro; not Cubase; not Reaper; not Kontakt; not Play; etc.
VE Pro 6 has been one of the least buggy pieces of software I have used on both Mac and Windows.
My point is the most basic of bug's in V6 are not fixed. Hopefully they are in 7.
And my point is, that is not my experience with it.
That's because you're using Mac, and your folders are organized by vendor instead of having neat folders for EQ's, Verbs, Compressors, etc. It is a huge inconvenience trying to memorize where your single EQ is unless you buy entire packages, i.e., fabfilter bundle.
Well perhaps that's because I use those plugins in my DAW, not directly in VE Pro. Which I recommend except for MIR.
I thought about that but sessions are too large so I'd have to disable many tracks; I prefer mixing on the fly.
I don’t need 73 GB of samples and VE Pro6 works fine.
I recommend what guys like myself, Peter Schwartz, and George Leger III and l all concluded after trying it every which way from Sunday early on way back with VE Pro 4.And in my experience, doing things that way VE Pro is relatively non-buggy compared to the popular DAWS.
But I am not the workflow police. You are free to do as you like. I only spoke up to counter what I think is an unfair assessment of it.
Yes VE6 works fine and it was a pretty basic, innocuous assessment. If Cubase 10's CPU meter was not active, and its folders were all of a sudden scattered like Mac OS, then Cubase 11 was announced shortly after, I would find that weird, and would hope that these basic issues are resolved in the next upgrade.
Simple stuff. No need to over think my statement.
I wouldn’t have to if maybe you thought a bit more before you posted it. There was nothing innocuous about it in my view but people can decide now.
Well it definitely wasn't malicious. You're just that personality type, and now you're even seeking external validation. Sorry if my phraseology offended you. I'll be upgrading to VE7 and enjoying/recommending their products as always.
Godspeed and good fortune.
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