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    Stylus RMX and future import

    Hi Eric,

    I just purchased Stylus and awaiting its arrival I was thinking about the best way to use it. Since I like to create my own loops to work with it would seem I also need Recycle. But perhaps there will be more options with an update so that won't be necessary?

    I would very much like to know what the future plans are regarding importing material.

    best,
    Frank

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    Re: Stylus RMX and future import

    A good question. I'm also curious.

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    Re: Stylus RMX and future import

    We don't talk about future plans with our products in public...until info has been officially announced.

    I can say however that there are lots of future plans! :-)

    spectrum

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    Re: Stylus RMX and future import

    Hi. At present the sage items are store bought. Recycle is the only way at present I am aware of to import loops that you created elsewhere. Rex loops then can be used much like the ones in a sage expander library. JON

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    Re: Stylus RMX and future import

    Quote Originally Posted by spectrum
    We don't talk about future plans with our products in public...
    Yes, well that isn't really helping very much....

    cheers,
    f.

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    Re: Stylus RMX and future import

    It would be interesting to know how many units of ReCycle
    Propellerheads' guys have sold just because of the RMX.
    Unfortunately RMX uses REX2 technology monopolized (so far) by P-heads.
    Without doubt REX has been most sophisticated solution for the
    Spectrasonics but for the RMX end users this means need for
    multiplying the RMX's price by 2 to get this useful feature out of it. If the RMX had an in-built audioslicer...

    Harry

    The world ain't always a perfect place

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