Replies created

 

Viewing 5 replies - 1 through 9 (of 9 total)
  • Stefan
    Participant

    Thanks!!

    Stefan
    Participant

    Of course it will be. You cannot have a baby program with more functions than the flagship. But they will hold it until the EZD2 sales have started to slow down, to maximize the profit from the new features. So you first buy EZD2 to get the new features, and then you buy SD3 to get it all in 24bit with more control over the mixer. Hopefully they will throw in a few more new functions that will remain SD3 exclusive, so we don’t feel too ripped-off.

    Stefan
    Participant

    @Erik said:

    @Strange Leaf said:

    This sucks big time. It means that there is no easy way to edit drum parts using EZD2 for those of us who prefer to build the song in our DAW.

    Dealbreaker for me.

    As John said, that depends on your DAW. What host are you using?

    I am using Cubase 6.5

    Stefan
    Participant

    This sucks big time. It means that there is no easy way to edit drum parts using EZD2 for those of us who prefer to build the song in our DAW.

    Dealbreaker for me.

    Stefan
    Participant

    I agree that the “My products” action is real bad now. Because:

    1. When not expanded, it doesn’t show all my products
    2. When expanded, it show all products, and not just mine.

    Very confusing.

    Also, when I look at the midi packs owned, the site should mark which midi files I got for free from buying a expansion sets, so I’m not accidentally want to buy something I already have. (Since I cannot easily see which ones I own anymore).

    I hope you change this. People will thank you for it.

    /Stefan

Viewing 5 replies - 1 through 9 (of 9 total)
×