The Whole fact that he goes to these great lengths to get the right software from you and not just goes out and torrent it. Plus you could get him to work on individual problem plug-ins, which was handy. Having never used it was about to, thats how i stumbled on this I dont know if there decision would have been due to the whole piracy facter. Maybe you should read up on it sometime. Bottom line is that we have a great developer but a not so good business man.
Maybe, just maybe, that customer stays my customer and I make more from them down the line. If you are still using the original, and now very ancient, M-Tron the up date is well worth while, more sounds and more features. Although I sympathize with both parties, the developer is so short sighted that he let it get to this point over pennies in the grand scheme of things. In a different sense and that would be distribution. If protecting myself from abuses makes me the bad guy, well, I guess I'm the bad guy then. While you will need a licensed version in order to get the most from your bridged plugins, the free demo version will work fine for the purposes of this tutorial.
Use you friggin' common sense man! Maybe they don't sell enough of it to put in the hands of a 3rd party vendor. I manually send all the installers, they're usually sent a couple hours after the order is placed if I am at the computer when the order arrives, I'll wait some 15 minutes just in case there was any mistake, to give the person time to email me about it. If thats the case then Im sorry for my accusation a completely stupid argument i must say again. If it wasn't for jBridge, I wouldn't be able to use my Liquid Mix, Kitcore, M-Tron, or ImpOscar. Some transactions happen in real time on the net and some are delayed.
But before we get started, let's have a quick talk about plugins. People already pirated your software and it's available via Torrents if you look hard enough! I only used it overcome memory limitations so I can't answer your specific question. If everything worked, you should now see the bridged versions of your 32-bit plugins inside Live's Plug-ins browser, inside the directory where you saved them. Are you sure you don't want me to cancel it?. If you see a User Account Control dialog, just click Yes.
I remember when I was buying the program it was a bit of a pain trying to find the Mac version but eventually I got it. Sounds like an honest mistake which I am sure has not been made just once. What follows is what I like to consider the ultimate guide to getting jBridge working with Ableton Live. This is why I dont even log into this Forum. And to avoid further problems in future, just remove the seperate installers, create one universal package that contains both and offer just as one sale! But it is nice to have options. People bought it for that very reason of a few problem plug-ins. In my experience Ableton Live 9 won't display these files in its plugin browser.
They were all useless before getting jBridge. These steps should work the same for both version 8 and 9 of Ableton Live , , and. With that said, I the dev would be less likely to work things out in a public forum in response to such a heated post. I dont know, but i suspect you guys dont know nothing about that. Once you find it, right-click your Ableton Live executable and click Properties.
I own Jbridge and like the program. This is generally covered at the official walkthrough, but I've customized these instructions for Live. I can't believe the developer let it get to this. Leadfoot If it wasn't for jBridge, I wouldn't be able to use my Liquid Mix, Kitcore, M-Tron, or ImpOscar. If you don't do this, you'll have to manually delete any unwanted plugin wrappers that jBridger creates after bridging is complete. But reading this forum has driven me to lose respect for the developer. I dont Own or have ever used this software.
His software has helped me continue making my living making music. I think that anyone who reads my first post in this thread will understand what happened, I think I was clear. Just cause they made this software doesnt mean they know anything about the culture behind the use. I dont Own or have ever used this software. . .
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