antic604 wrote: ↑
Sat Oct 23, 2021 3:02 pmpdxindy wrote: ↑
Sat Oct 23, 2021 2:23 pmantic604 wrote: ↑
Sat Oct 23, 2021 12:54 pm
No, they’re inferior in Bitwig, for example there’s no real scene follow actions + clip actions in Live can have a probability defined mix of 2 different actions.
They also have capabilities that Live doesn’t.
That doesn’t make them on par, at least for me it doesn’t.
I like the scene follow actions in Live 11… Will a scene move to the next scene if there is a gap between them? Or are they limited that way like clips?
The probability mix in Live of 2 different actions looks more impressive than I have found it actually useful. I do more purposeful than random arrangements.
The next action groups in Bitwig have some use for me… mainly organizational. I especially like the ‘return to arrangement’ option so I can have the Arrangement playing, trigger a clip(s) in the Launcher and it then when complete it automatically returns to the Arrangement. I don’t remember Live doing that as a follow action.
Neither Live nor Bitwig have non-random branching logic so both always requires manual triggering of clips and/or scenes for non random stuff.
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