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    • Marc schrieb:

      Risey schrieb:

      The post was CONVENIENTLY removed lol.... It was on this forum where a rep for your company said they were looking into it. No matter.....


      It matters to me. I don't like the idea of an accusation which is based on a post which was apparently removed. In fact I have a hard time believing that a statement like this was just removed. I don't think it was there in the first place. But obviously this all happened a long time ago, so I guess we both have a hard time to proof what was written here.
      And also, there is a big difference in between "Access seemed keen on bringing an AAX version of the plugin at first" and "looking into it" - so maybe you could choose your "quotes" a little more carefully.


      well please get over it.
      Risey obviously meant no disrespect.

      Think of the pro tools users of which there are many of us, who can't use your product natively, and do something about it..

      In fact, the 5 minutes you took making that reply could have been 5 minutes work on an aax version.

      If you really wanted to, you could all huddle up and do it within a week.

      I am GUESSING, not accusing but guessing, it is politics why you don't want to do it because you have to sign the avid pace developers form ( i am not exactly sure what this entails but i do know it's mandatory for aax).
    • I have been checking back from time to time over the past 5 YEARS!!! to see if Access has either updated to AAX or responded to so many aggravated Pro Tools users. No matter the request or complaint, whether light hearted or aggressive, there was NO reply. I was resigned that no one there, at Access, would ever do so. Today, I say the above post by TNM and it got me to thinking. Are Avid and Access in some type of war? Are we being treated as casualties in this was due to pride, arrogance, money, power? When you look at what a terrorist does it's the same as we are being treated, in a way. We are the ones "suffering" but we get no relief. We ask "why?" but we get no reply as we don't deserve a reply, they don't owe us anything, we bought their product and now we have to deal with the consequences. I have to say that the response above is quite sobering. To see Marc say that it matters to him and that he doesn't like accusation, really makes me feel that he's a liar based on the years on non reply or acknowledgment and still continues to sell the product. I only hope that whatever beef they have, if there is any beef, with Avid will get sorted out soon as I have so many things I've started with the virus TI that I don't want to give up. I'll stay in the trenches.
    • BlackFU schrieb:

      I have been checking back from time to time over the past 5 YEARS!!! to see if Access has either updated to AAX or responded to so many aggravated Pro Tools users. No matter the request or complaint, whether light hearted or aggressive, there was NO reply. I was resigned that no one there, at Access, would ever do so. Today, I say the above post by TNM and it got me to thinking. Are Avid and Access in some type of war? Are we being treated as casualties in this was due to pride, arrogance, money, power? When you look at what a terrorist does it's the same as we are being treated, in a way. We are the ones "suffering" but we get no relief. We ask "why?" but we get no reply as we don't deserve a reply, they don't owe us anything, we bought their product and now we have to deal with the consequences. I have to say that the response above is quite sobering. To see Marc say that it matters to him and that he doesn't like accusation, really makes me feel that he's a liar based on the years on non reply or acknowledgment and still continues to sell the product. I only hope that whatever beef they have, if there is any beef, with Avid will get sorted out soon as I have so many things I've started with the virus TI that I don't want to give up. I'll stay in the trenches.
      I do not think they are at war with Avid, but I do think the company is in trouble which is evident in the arrogant response I received. When I pay £2,000 for something I atlease expect to be treated like a customer and not an enemy combatant, but anyway that is water under the UNPROFESSIONAL bridge. There could be another card at play, same card u see played in the gaming industry where certain companies ensure that other formats are either late to the game or exclusive to a particular platform to have a competitive edge. On a side note Blue cat audio patchwork does work to get the plugin working in AAX format but it is far from perfect...
    • Risey schrieb:

      I do not think they are at war with Avid, but I do think the company is in trouble which is evident in the arrogant response I received. When I pay £2,000 for something I atlease expect to be treated like a customer and not an enemy combatant, but anyway that is water under the UNPROFESSIONAL bridge. There could be another card at play, same card u see played in the gaming industry where certain companies ensure that other formats are either late to the game or exclusive to a particular platform to have a competitive edge. On a side note Blue cat audio patchwork does work to get the plugin working in AAX format but it is far from perf
      Hey Risey,

      I only say WAR because if the sudden lack of support for Pro Tools users, it's an absolute slap in the face to be so disregarded by a company who made something I was so thrilled to have then, no reply. I would have rather gone to a prostitute and got the silent treatment, at least I would have known what to expect. This is like saving money to take the girl you've been eyeing out on a date, taking her out on that date and spending that wad of cash, listening to her tell you all of the wonderful things she's capable of doing, seeing some of those things and getting sold on her, then you exchange numbers, call her only have her ignore you for no good reason, and if there is a good reason, she doesn't spill the beans! I don't care if the company is in trouble or if they're at war or if someone died...it doesn't excuse the silence that so many of us are dealing with. The tip for Blue Cat Audio is much appreciated but I'd rather not do a work around that's not solid or reliable like Access.

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