April 22, 2011

Poll Time...

by Chris Randall

We're busy building our latest Roadmap To Success/Five Year Plan/Whatever, and while I have a fairly good idea of what the answers to this poll will be, I'd like a little less anecdotal evidence. While it's true that most of us use multiple platforms, I'll wager one of those options is the one you can't live without. Click that one.

(Note: if your main DAW is Live OSX, hit the "OSX 32-bit VST" option. Obviously, you can use AUs in Live, but it is more or less pointless to do so unless you need to share presets with Logic.)


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Apr.24.2011 @ 11:24 AM
Well I voted Windows 32 bit only because I use Live, but if Ableton gets their act together and goes 64 bit , then that would change my vote

Apr.24.2011 @ 11:25 AM
it's really not going to matter that i voted OSX RTAS, is it?

Apr.24.2011 @ 11:26 AM
I voted for "Some Sort Of Linux Bullshit." For It Was Funny.

Feel free to ignore that vote.

Apr.24.2011 @ 11:27 AM
Chris Randall
Not any more than that lonely Linux Bullshit vote, no, but the information is useful. If not to us, than to the other devs that read this blog.

EDIT: Obviously, Sean and I were typing at the same time. I take back my comment, because "other devs" are obviously no help at all.


Apr.24.2011 @ 11:39 AM
Not that I care, but for the three guys who do, no VST3 option?

Apr.24.2011 @ 11:52 AM
Chris Randall
If they can use VST3, they can use any of the other VST options, so it'd be essentially the same as clicking any one of those. VST3 is, thank all the gods, not what I call a "buying decision" platform. That is to say that not having VST3 format isn't a deal breaker. At least it isn't currently.


Apr.24.2011 @ 12:26 PM
Well I'll be vote number 2 for OSX RTAS. I imagine this will have as much sway as my vote at the last UK General Election - none what-so-ever.

Apr.24.2011 @ 1:11 PM
Windows 64 bit since the time of 32 bit is over. I'm a long time Linux user but I wouldn't ever use it to make music.

Apr.24.2011 @ 1:16 PM
Computer Controlled
Win 32bit. I don't see any reason to go to 64 bit (unless i'm forced to). It wouldn't make a damn bit of different in the stuff that i make.

Apr.24.2011 @ 1:37 PM
i won't be interested in 64 bit until everything i use is 64bit and that'll be a while. audiomulch, numerology, all the various plug ins etc...

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