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Posted: Mon Mar 03, 2008 11:38 am
by Jerry
i come from the tracker scene where i used fast tracker 2 (if people still remember it)

Switched to Buzz a couple of years ago but that project seems kinda dead and it's still buggy as hell

Using ableton now and considering trying out cubase.

Posted: Mon Mar 03, 2008 12:46 pm
by madrabit
please don't start any "host-war"... Ableton Live 7 is the best for me, but someone may have different oppinion. it's not important which host you use, the one thing matters: how you use it :)

Posted: Tue Mar 04, 2008 9:09 am
by Experience pro (Quasimodo
fragletrollet wrote:FL and sometimes Live
+1

respect , bro!

Did not expect :cheers

Soon...go 2 studio Gregor970.....and I shall learn Ableton

Posted: Tue Mar 04, 2008 12:57 pm
by Oxidelic
at this stage I think Live7 is the more flexible and tweekable from all I,ve tryed and worked on already. logic, cubase, fl...

Live7 really hammered my head with so much flexibility and options to start producing well sounding weirdness. a lot drag and drop and a lot intuitive tools that one never imagined that can have into a daw. by the way hey ppl did you know that the main programer f Live7 is a formerprogramer and indeologist of the REAKTOR!! this out of the world all-in-one vst Platform!!! I understood now why Live has those great grain stretching effects... ;)

But the Monster of the Monsters is Logic8 pro. this is somethig for most elevated expectations.. what a plugs! waht inside chains and routing!!! sidechain? wow logic8 is the King!!!! it sounds really diferent from anything else.
:drum 8)

and best new is that nowaday one can install the latests Mac OS on Intel based PCS and it runs smooth as silk. :) naaaaahhh!!!! tooo muuuch!!! ehehehehe

Posted: Wed Mar 05, 2008 2:40 pm
by Jerry
passive wrote:@ Jerry
hey dude :cheers
the source code of buzz was entering nirvana cause jeskolas harddisk headcrashes. :( with a good selection of plugins, buzz was almost rockstable. (almost ^^) :lol:
buzzmachines.com 8)
I know the fate of buzz, however there have been many new projects that for some reason had parts of buzz' source code and are now evolving into better projects (like Buze).

However i think with ableton my bet has become a lot more certain cause i really don't feel like switching from platform again. :(

The issues i had with buzz was that after hours of producing it would just become unstable or slow (especially back in the days when hardware wasn't as fast), this was also caused by unstable machines and crashing vst's of course, however i think a vst host should be so stable that a crashing vst doesn't crash your whole platform, which did happen in many cases with buzz unfortunately.

Posted: Thu Mar 06, 2008 1:25 pm
by Jerry
i would be really lost without vanguard vst :(

Posted: Thu Mar 06, 2008 11:20 pm
by The Andychrist
OXIDELIC wrote: I understood now why Live has those great grain stretching effects... ;)
hehe 8) I love the granular playtime features too! D:

:dance :dance

Posted: Tue Apr 08, 2008 6:53 pm
by fragletrollet
fragletrollet wrote:FL and sometimes Live
I must add that I now use it rewired in Cubase. What a combo!

Posted: Tue May 13, 2008 8:51 pm
by Uyetaqui
Hi.
So i m using FL7.
Its easy to work.
Don t want to change for other program yet.
Bye.
:drum

Re: Which Platform You Use?

Posted: Wed Feb 05, 2014 2:55 pm
by spejs
ableton and reason....i probably could use only one but i love thor and recording samples from reason to ableton works awsome so i have no need to learn other synths...it took me quite a while to larn thor :poor

Re: Which Platform You Use?

Posted: Mon Aug 17, 2015 9:13 am
by psychasm
I use Reason with some rack extensions mainly, and include more regularly Reaper with a lot of free VST's