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Author Topic: Will the "KeyLab" series supercede the "Analog Experience" series?  (Read 492 times)

patricks

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Just got an email offer to upgrade my software from the Analog Player software to the new Analog Lab version. I'm still waiting for Arturia to release a 64-bit version of the "Player" software so that it will finally be useful in my DAW. Does the update doesn't mean that support for the Player software is ending?
If the "Lab" software will automatically map to the controls of the Player 25 MIDI keyboard, I might consider upgrading, so that I can stop holding my breath for an update to the "Player" software...

Rebecca@arturia

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Re: Will the "KeyLab" series supercede the "Analog Experience" series?
« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2013, 02:20:02 am »
Hello Patricks,

There will not be a 64bit version of Analog Player (nor Analog Factory).

And Analog Lab automatically maps to any of our keyboards!

Regards,

Rebecca


patricks

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Re: Will the "KeyLab" series supercede the "Analog Experience" series?
« Reply #2 on: June 08, 2013, 02:36:08 am »
Well, it looks like it's a software upgrade for me, then!

As an aside, what's the CPU usage of the Analog Lab software like? With the Player software, I get clicks and pops unless I run the computer in "maximum performance" mode.

 

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