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  • Logic 10.3.1 + AU3

    The announcement says that Logic 10.3.1 supports AU3 and multi port midi. has anybody got this working with VSL EP or does it need implementation from VSL as well?

     

    New in Logic Pro X 10.3.1

    New Features/Enhancements

    • Logic now supports the Audio Unit v3 specification for virtual MIDI ports.

  • Hi, 

    This needs implementation on our side, and we are on it. It will need a little more time, however (sorry that I can't provide you with a release date right now). 

    Thanks for your patience!

    Best, 
    Paul


    Paul Kopf Product Manager VSL
  • Great news though - Logic is back in the game (sort of!)


  • Hi Paul, i Do not have patience ;) - just a joke. Any date for your release?

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    Hi, 

    Jokes are always great 😊

    No release date yet, sorry. 

    Best, 
    Paul


    Paul Kopf Product Manager VSL
  • I am currently using the VEP5 Logic multiport template and I'm also eagerly waiting for this simpler way to manage a multiport setup with Logic. Will you inform here when the new au3 system will be active?

  • Hi, 

    Yes, we will keep you up to date, and you also get the automatic update information via VE PRO directly (with a changelog). 

    Best,
    Paul


    Paul Kopf Product Manager VSL
  • Hi Paul, Any hint of a timeframe, days, weeks, months ? Many thanks Regards Dave Hage

  • Hi Dave, 

    Rather months, sorry to say. 

    Best, 
    Paul


    Paul Kopf Product Manager VSL
  • Thanks Paul, That's very useful to know Regards Dave

  • Yeah, like dfhage said. Thanks Paul. Sad to hear but useful to know.


  • Much better to underpromise and over-deliver ( without bugs) than release early and force your users to do what Apple does to Logic Pro X users at EVERY release; force us to do the install and restore from backup dance while the  public bug reports ( complaints)  subside after three months. Meanwhile the older( stable ) versions are made unavailable on the App store if you'd like to finally upgrade to a release is finally stable. So if you upgraded too fast ( trusted their tester), you're s**t out of luck. Sorry that your trusted us. WIth VSL, you can trust that much more faster, though true no software is 100% perfect. At least with VSL, the bugs aren't that bad; you don't losing days of productivity fighting bugs, the releases are not that bad.


  • Thanks.

    We're doing our very best!


    Paul Kopf Product Manager VSL
  • Sorry to nag, Paul, but will it still be “months” before release? I'm about to build my first big template and can't decide whether to go the many-instances route (recommended elsewhere) or multi-outputs in preparation for your update. Argh, what to do? Give us a hint :)


  • Hi Paul, 

    Sorry to have no other news for you, I hope that our development team will find time to implement this feature, but I'm afraid it will take more patience. 

    For now, I'd suggest to go with many instances. 

    Best, 
    Paul


    Paul Kopf Product Manager VSL
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    Please, what did this mean?

    Paul Posted: Tue, Aug 02 2016 14:47

    Hello,

    In a nutshell: We are ready for AUv3 and were hoping that multiport support would be integrated in one of the last Logic Pro X Updates....

    Unfortunately this has not happened yet, but we´re confident that the time will come!

    Best,
    Paul

    Best regards


  • Hi, 

    This means that software development is a dynamic process. 
    Changes on one side may also mean that there are more changes necessary on the other side. 

    Best, 
    Paul


    Paul Kopf Product Manager VSL
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    @Paul said:

    Hi Paul, 

    Sorry to have no other news for you, I hope that our development team will find time to implement this feature, but I'm afraid it will take more patience. 

    For now, I'd suggest to go with many instances. 

    Best, 
    Paul

     

    Thank you — good to know. “Many” implemented and patience module now re-engaged. All the best to you guys...


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    @Paul said:

    Hi, 

    This means that software development is a dynamic process. 
    Changes on one side may also mean that there are more changes necessary on the other side. 

    Best, 
    Paul

    Thanks Paul, excuse me, it's not always so easy to practice patience.


  • Hi, 

    I totally understand. I also wish we were there already!

    Best, 
    Paul


    Paul Kopf Product Manager VSL