User Reviews by KVR Members for Harvest
Last edited by ludl on 22nd July 2019.
Latest 3 reviews from a total of 3
16 July 2019 at 10:44am
Have you really tested? Because I just did, and it works in FL Studio, Studio One, Bitwig, Reaper (which are the ones I have tested).
16 July 2019 at 9:17pm
I must admit I have overseen this but I would assume it is more or less meant "only tested with" cause it (free lite version) worked for me in Mulab for example. But I got shocked I must admit as I have read your review, and yes, at last it is misleading especially as with Live/Max for live so many great things in this area (generative/sequencer) really only work with M4L. They should make this clear. Maybe write to support, they are responding quick and are very communicative and nice.
22 July 2019 at 8:55pm
Ah well I think I spoke too soon about Sonar. I had what seemed to be a successful session with Harvest in Sonar. When I opened the project again to do additional work, the project through an exception every time. I started a new project again with Harvest. It seemed good and I saved it. On restarting and reloading, the same crashes occurred.
I am happy to report with Studio One, I did not have this problem. I started a previous song file (i.e. project in Studio One) and it started up cleanly. I will use Harvest in Studio One which is satisfactory for me. Anyway, Harvest does not claim compatibility with Sonar in its spec ... I guess its just a different animal.
5 April 2020 at 1:38am
"interesting....i think it would be much more useful and musical, if you weren't limited to tapping in a phrase in a single note length type....just allow holding down the tap button so you could enter a phrase with cadence and AND multiple note lengths..........I love what you have done here....but as is it forces you to think of phrasing in only one note type, or to record multiple passes changing note length....which wouldn't feel natural at all......when a phrase comes into my head it is never of a single note length variety.....that way you could essentially tap out a groove or phrase in terms of note on and duration, and then have the algorithm rearrange the phrase in terms of pitch, locked by different musical boundaries you could set......i would buy that tomorrow.....what are the variables that scrambled by the random button?..i'll look and see if you have posted a manual yet as now I'm curious what the "effects" buttons do;-)"
I wrote this on the debut youtube video 8 months ago....has this been implemented yet?...is there a manual?