Live 9 comes in three editions: Intro, Standard and Suite. The editions share common features, but Standard and Suite have additional features, Instruments, Packs and Effects.
Live 9 Suite Features
Unique Session View for quick, intuitive composition, flexible performance and improvisation
Nondestructive editing with unlimited undo
Multitrack recording up to 32-bit/192 kHz
Powerful MIDI sequencing of software and hardware instruments
Advanced warping and real-time time-stretching
Unlimited Instruments, Audio effects and MIDI effects per project
VST and Audio Unit support
Time signature changes
Multiple automation lanes
Automatic plug-in delay compensation
MIDI remote control instant mapping
MIDI output to hardware synths
WAV, AIFF, MP3, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC file support
Unlimited Audio and MIDI tracks
12 send and return tracks
256 Mono audio input channels
256 Audio outputs
...feel free to give me a slap. Synton Syrinx Eventide H8000FW Fender Pawn Shop Bass VI Gibson ES-335 Studio Single Avantone MixCube Active Make Noise Erbe-Verb Ableton Live 9 Suite + Push Akai MAX25 New studio chair (Herman Miller Embody) Also bought some software (impOSCar 2, Diva, Numerology, Equilibrium+Compassion) and upgraded Komplete, Maschine, SoundToys, and Pro Audio DSP DSM. Rewiring everything now... fun! :facepalm:
It's product comparison it's not formal reasoning mate. Also, what does "your license is frozen" mean? Perpetual licenses work in perpetuity. I let mine lapse in 2014 and just reinstated it this year so I guess I spent $300 on DAW related maintenance in 6 years. How much do you spend...
...would say two additional things are needed. No, make that three. 1. DAW with extensive MIDI CC parameter control (eg Ableton Live Suite with Max4Live) 2. High quality external FX (the Synth Pro’s internal FX are weak—okay in a pinch or for special effect but…) 3. High quality EQ (either analog or digital—I’m using analog for immediacy) Most...
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