Discussion in 'Samplitude' started by filtersweep, May 5, 2018.
anyone? ... i need to know i am not the only person that uses Samplitude..
I do, but not recently. It does kick some serious ass doesn't it?
I was using it, seriously time ago, but I got tired of the non resizable mix view..
Used it just yesterday for sampling stuff into my sample library
I'm accustomed to my workflow for over a decade:
-make a selection
-press CTRL+E to export the sample
I often sample from movies with it, from vlc player through the ASIO Link Pro Tool.
@Olymoon I never did anything with the mixer
And.. just checked and I can make it smaller, but not bigger..
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No doubt it has it's issues and niggles. the interface is a bit weird for me, it doesn't seem intuitive to me, but that's a personal thing. i have customiszed it enough now that i can zoom around pretty smoothly.
I DO believe it sounds fantastic and for audio it's as good as anything, it's only the midi which still seems a little behind the times. also, bezier curves for automation would be nice : )
repear has just implimented some new stuff like making and saving automation as clips which i had a play with a few days ago and i am sorely tempted to jump ship.
i am such a software whore...
still love sam to pieces though...
I moved to Samplitude when Presonus released Studion One 3 and I wasn't happy with it. Samplitude is my main DAW now. For Mixing: I'd like to check Adobe Audition.
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