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Sound Diver integration

Discussion in 'Logic Wishlist' started by tigerman, Jan 20, 2010.

  1. tigerman

    tigerman Senior member

    I'm one of the old sound diver owner
    i still miss it a lot.....
    basically the lack of sound diver is the main reason i've stopped using all of my external machines.

    It would be nice to have it integrated within logic, also to respect old sd owners that can't use it anymore.

    there is already a bit of it inside logic, the control surface setup windows is very similar to the sound diver one...
     
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  3. mattrixx

    mattrixx Senior member

    This will never happen now... we were beating our heads against the wall to get it years ago.
    Might be time to get into autosampling.... redmatica.com
     
  4. tigerman

    tigerman Senior member

    autosampling is not an option.
    I will have a look to MidiQUest XL and Unisyn soon instead.
     
  5. tigerman

    tigerman Senior member

    fyi i've bought midiquestxl last year, it simply ROCKS!! also the programmers are very friendly and have fixed some synthesizers issues in a couple of days, pretty unbelievable in these days :)
    give it a try if you have some external machines :)
     
  6. Atlas

    Atlas Senior member

    I use MIDIQuest XL and I confirm that this software is a real monster of power regarding the management of external MIDI equipment and the support is utmost!

    However, I would love to see a better implementation of external MIDI data (especially the patches) and 3rd party plugins ones integrated in Logic, something similar to what they have for the Apple Loops...
     
  7. jsepeta

    jsepeta New Member

    If Apple's not going to do squat with SoundDiver, release the code to Open Source.
     
  8. Atlas

    Atlas Senior member

    +1
    That would be great to see that happening indeed!
     
  9. bayswater

    bayswater Senior member

    You'll need an old Mac and OS to run Unisyn. MidiQuest is all there is.
     

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