I haven’t posted on here in a while. Mostly due to the fact that I’m not absolutely clear on the need for this site when all people do is check twitter or Facebook. It just seems more relevant to cut out the “middle man” so it speak. I’ll try to post more for those who be checking on me.
Still evaluating. So far learning how to use the in key mode and chromatic mode has been the biggest advantage. Once I over came the ergonomics, and recreated some melodies I’ve written on a keyboard and figuring out scale patterns out with @Divinci it’s starting make more sense. My opinion changes with each use so far. Pretty exciting, and thus far I haven’t make anything yet. It really is more instrument than controller. #ableton #push #x144 #iphoneonly #igdaily #instadaily #studio #music
#ableton #push #unboxing #x144
Good lord that’s sexy. #ableton #push #x144 #beatsrhymesfilms
The Condor Has Landed!!! #ableton #push #music #studio #beats #x144 #beatsrhymesfilms
Seem to not like each other. I find that Ableton takes up too much CPU in my opinion. And I feel the reason is this…it’s new software more than likely designed on new machines. Therefore it’s optimized to run great on newer computers.
My Mac Pro is 5 years old (early 2008). Still, it keeps up via a benchmark test. I think it might be my slow ram (800mhz).
Mac Pro 2013 is mine. Saving my pennies.
Mind you I just reinstalled everything for the second time. I’m back on Lion. Mountain don’t like my Mac Pro either. But these are first world problems.