Perhaps, not the case yet but I can easly record the modulation to track if I need to.sircuit wrote: ↑Mon Jun 21, 2021 5:57 pmIf you use proper, real, big projects with 50+ M4L devices in Live, you'll watch your system kneeled down. And then you'll switch to Bitwig because this one can hold all the modulation one can throw at it without breaking a sweat because is the core of the daw, not a 3rd party code slapped over as is M4L.
Yes, in theory anything is possible in Live/m4l. In practice not too much is possible due to a very wasteful resource management (especially on Windows).
And yes, in theory less is possible in Bitwig but surprisingly anything is possible in practice because Bitwig gives 0 f's, no matter how many modulators I throw at it.
So scratch the surface and dig deeper and then come back with your findings - specs flexing is pretty useless for irl situations.
liquidsound wrote: ↑Sun Jun 20, 2021 12:35 pmbecause I'm getting more and more into M4L in my music production and I'm barely scratched the surface with it and probably it will be more "frequent' in time, and while I found BW modulation system well integrate, I think it lack the almost unlimited ecosystem that M4L provides.
And btw just because you asked, since it seems not appropiate to discuss M4L here, Isotonik Modulat can run as many modulations as needed and the cpu load is exactly as in BWS for what I rember when I tested it and also by recording the modulations I can then go back and fine tune to taste.
I understand, not your cup of tea, but you asked...