• Anonymous

    Note that if you give this Beta try, any Plug-Ins you have that are not 64 bit, will fail with this release. You’ll need a 3rd party app, something like Jbridge (http://jstuff.wordpress.com/jbridgem/) to tidy up that mess to make your old plug ins work. Seems to be okay so far, but haven’t done an exhaustive test yet. 

    Also, those of you with APC-40′s (me), it doesn’t work with this new 64 bit beta either as of now… 

    I’ve been following the beta thread on the Ableton forums to find answers to some of the issues I’ve been encountering. 

  • Guest

    why is everybody so keen on whole numbers?

    personally, i’m sympathetic to a little more creative versioning schemes. take TeX, for example, who’s version number is approaching pi asymptotically (the current version is 3.1415926).

  • Guest

    why is everybody so keen on whole numbers?

    personally, i’m sympathetic to a little more creative versioning schemes. take TeX, for example, who’s version number is approaching pi asymptotically (the current version is 3.1415926).

    • Anonymous

      Because, by tradition, versions follow the “Major.Minor.Fix” numbering scheme. A major version number means new features brought about through an in-depth redesign.