asked Feb 01 '17 at 16:11 by orbita (61)

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The one thing that completely put me off Live and Bitwig V1 was lack of alias/ghost clips, having used them extensively in Cubase and Logic. Will they be introduced in V2?

Looking for holy grail of clip looping and clip aliases (references to original). So far Logic is only DAW I know of that has both.

Agreed. Actually I bought Live being sure that it has that functionality, since it's built around clips and is THE software for electronic - i.e. repetitive by nature - music. I never even checked this! I'm even more surprised that Bitwig, which is supposedly built on the lessons learned from Live doesn't have it as well, especially in v2 which would be a natural moment to introduce it. It's a huge oversight - in both Live and Bitwig - and something that will likely sway me over to purchasing Studio One 3 as my 2nd DAW, instead of Bitwig...

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answered Mar 28 '17 at 10:33 by antic604 (339)

+1 for this feature request

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answered Apr 02 '17 at 00:37 by rgbradley3 (11)

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Yes, I answered to your post A WEEK AGO right there where you linked...

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answered Apr 03 '17 at 09:33 by antic604 (339)

Mine? I have no questions. Just showing that this thread is duplicate.

  — (Apr 03 '17 at 09:49) Konstantinov

Yes, I replied to your "P.S. Music is all about improvisation, trials and errors, misc differences NOT the mechanical looping and repeating.". There are a lot of duplicate posts here.

  — (Apr 03 '17 at 09:58) antic604

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