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dr funk

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Feb 4 16 11:40 AM

Following up on my Limitless/Samplitude bug, I've been in touch with Dave and he's been fantastic in helping me to figure it out. It's a problem with OpenGL and the NVIDIA gfx module in my laptop. Runs fine if I force Samplitude to run with the built-in Intel gfx.

Frank

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jmoran

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Feb 4 16 6:48 PM

Well, that's good news, sort of, at least for Limitless+Samp/Seq in general. Sorry about the slaptop gfx. He did some updates to Limitless in just the past few days and there's a new release.

"It's always something" - Roseanne Rosannadanna

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dr funk

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Feb 6 16 4:19 PM

My Limitless problem has been solved by the latest NVIDIA 361.75 driver, released last week and downloaded directly from NVIDIA, as it's not yet available on Windows Update.

Frank

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technologyworks

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Feb 7 16 4:59 AM

I downloaded the demo on release and have put it to good use, however it was absolutely eating my CPU On 96k 32bit protools sessions.
I emailed Dave a screen shot of the system useage and in a day or so he released the update with a marked improvement in cpu use. He put this down to improving how the filters were implemented.

Now that's customer service!

Peter Beckmann

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dcollins

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Feb 14 16 1:23 PM

I've been experimenting with Limitless as well, and I think it's very good. Too many parameters, as always seems to be the case, but the overall performance seems excellent. Definitely beats Pro-L, which I had used for some time.

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Feb 15 16 2:32 AM

In some way, it reminds me the L2, but better and without color.
At this time I'm not using it, but the transparency of the multiband is very impressive. Krzysztof told me that it use the linear-phase splits from Equilibrium.
I have to make some presets to avoid loosing too much time with parameters.

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waltzmastering

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Feb 16 16 9:08 AM

silvertone wrote:
Dave has already improved the DSP engine so you are probably are okay with a slightly older Mac.

 

I wish I could use my current mac, but emailed Dave about a week ago, and he suggested I update as my system is laughably old

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waltzmastering

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Feb 16 16 2:04 PM

compasspnt wrote:
Then you may be about to upgrade many things…

Something, I've been trying to avoid for a while.  ; )
Pro L does run flawlessy on Tiger, but whatever record I was trying to set with vintage OS is nearing an end.

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paulyd

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May 17 16 2:28 PM

I just got around to trying Limitless and I am so impressed! I brought up the Azuolas Wake Up My Mix preset and, with a little tweaking, I'm really getting nice results with it. It just sounds effortless in bringing up the level but is having virtually no affect on the song's mix balance. It's giving me that desirable slickness without any noticeable artifacts. I love it!

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waltzmastering

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May 17 16 4:20 PM

I like it as well, but still use Pro L sometimes.
Someone mentioned that they only used Limitless in broadband mode, which I tried and
didn't really care for. Mostly manual mode here, without the clipper.

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