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BATTERY 3.1

Post by klankeffect » Thu Jun 17, 2010 2:20 am

hi,
anyone tested the battery 3.1 beta version yet?
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Post by New Guy » Thu Jun 17, 2010 7:08 am

It does look cool though no? I mean I am very curious about the MPC emulation, plus the right click MIDI learn function was about time now.

They have been on fire lately, Alicias Keys, Abbey Road 70's Drums, Deep Freq, The String thing, now the Battery update plus the Kick Start Your Summer promotion that they are having leaves me feeling that hopefully they will drop a Reaktor 6 on us soon.

God how I wish that would be true.

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Post by dubgil » Thu Jun 17, 2010 7:30 pm

New Guy wrote:It does look cool though no? I mean I am very curious about the MPC emulation, plus the right click MIDI learn function was about time now.

They have been on fire lately, Alicias Keys, Abbey Road 70's Drums, Deep Freq, The String thing, now the Battery update plus the Kick Start Your Summer promotion that they are having leaves me feeling that hopefully they will drop a Reaktor 6 on us soon.

God how I wish that would be true.

NI needs to release its own DAW then it's all over for all other makers (imo)

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Post by New Guy » Thu Jun 17, 2010 9:40 pm

Thats probably true more for the EDM musicians , but I doubt that bands and recording artists and recording houses would switch from Pro Tools, Logic, Sonar & Cubase to NI DAW.
What do you think?

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Post by tone-def » Thu Jun 17, 2010 11:46 pm

Native Instruments the names says it all.

instruments that run natively on your computer.

DAW are not instruments and i don't think they are up to it either.

i've owned Reaktor, Electronic Instruments 2 and Battery 2 & 3. i've had problems with all of them. NI are one of the worst for stability and thats one of the most important things in making a DAW.

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Post by klankeffect » Fri Jun 18, 2010 3:24 am

i have komplete5 and didn't had any problem yet for over almoast 2 years. i happy about it....
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