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Posted on Fri, Jul 06 2012 20:11
by clruwe
Joined on Sat, May 07 2011, Posts 100

Ooo! What is that mean? Please explain.... (eager)

Running Windows 7 (64bit), I7 with 24GB of RAM
Posted on Fri, Jul 06 2012 20:49
by clruwe
Joined on Sat, May 07 2011, Posts 100

Never mind... I just looked it up.

Running Windows 7 (64bit), I7 with 24GB of RAM
Posted on Mon, Jul 09 2012 22:00
by anotherzen
Joined on Thu, May 19 2011, Posts 24

I would like them to make it an OS too. People running VE on slaves usually only use them for that specific purpouse anyway. So why not create a very limited VEpro OS based on Linux. Or linux support (why on earth is there no linux support?).. either way is fine as long as i don't have to pay for an extra pro version of Windows just to run VEpro ^^,

And after they make it an OS, they can add the sequencer part, then you will have a dedicated audio OS and sequencer that is integrated with eachother for maximum performance and stability :)

Well, it would be nice :)

Posted on Thu, Jul 12 2012 05:51
by Casiquire
Joined on Sat, May 01 2010, Posts 325
Haha now we're suddenly in the realm of a VSL OS. Well, they already sell the Angelbird SSDs, why not just make the whole computer too? Hmm our wishlist is growing longer and longer.
Posted on Thu, Jul 12 2012 08:34
by pianosound
Joined on Fri, Oct 02 2009, Posts 41
I've actually found that PT's with Sibelius onboard works fairly well! But, being a musician, I still prefer to play each instrument into seperate midi tracks (in PT's). Saves editing in Sibelius strictly to notation, and audio in PT's. I do use Sibelius on almost every score though for something to read from, do to old age and not much memery left. Also being a pianist, and starting on logic years ago when it was known as 'Creator/Notator', useing the piano roll became easy. Notator was 1st just a sequencer then added notation. At that time it was made and sold by a company in Germany. (Sorry about the history lesson, just being a little nostalgic??!!).
As for a DAW,, I don't know? There are so many more probs involved in creating 1 from scratch. But with VSL's track record of creating the fantastic tools that they have given us,,, who knows, a fresh new DAW with their abilities and insight could be just what we need!! There is no limit to what they could do,,,,,, Mike
PT's 003r, 10/11 | Win 7 64 bit | i7 920 | 12 gigs ram | VeP, VIP, Solo Strings | Waves Platinum | Ivory 2 |
Posted on Sun, Jul 15 2012 05:23
by Tomas San Miguel
Joined on Fri, Mar 28 2008, Madrid, Posts 16

Times of crissis are times of oportunities. I hear that avid is clossing the Sibelius UK team. Maybe VSL should buy Sibelius and then we all will be very happy :)

Posted on Sun, Jun 01 2014 22:49
by LAJ
Joined on Sun, Dec 13 2009, Posts 518

Now it is 2014 ... 

One question to the developers:

Is a Sequencer still NOT a topic? ...

Yes, No or maybe are enough as an answer ...


Kind Regards


Posted on Mon, Jun 02 2014 12:30
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 12188

Hi Lars, 

A sequencer application is not a topic for us.



Paul Kopf
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
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