i got my Trilian yesterday and it sounds fantastic ... well, thats the good news... the rest of the story is unfortunately rather sad. First, I wonder why Trilian behaves like a pregnant cow ... you click or adjust a button and it often takes seconds (ages), then again flawless... then my Cubase hangs, tells me no response and then it goes on... and YES I do use the lite option. Ok, thats no addition to the WOW-effect, but I could live with it. (my Toontrack S2 or any other plugin doesnt show up such a behaviour at all). At this point you may want to know my system So: AMD X2 4200, 2GB Ram, 2 seperate HHDs, 512NVidia, Win XP SP2, Cubase 4, Fireface, 1-UAD. All the new drivers. To sum up: I care for my music-PC ... no I-Net connecition, I keep it clean etc... My impression is that Trilian is a great sounding, but really unstable program. One of the main issues I dicovered so far is that Trilian does not like my Toontrack Superior Drummer 2. I use 500 MB Ram for a S2 drum kit and give Trilian also 500MB of RAM (which works if I use ONLY Trilian->furthermore I have 2GB ram, so it SHOULD be enough Ram left)... result: Cubase: Visual c++: Runtime Error ... GAME OVER...
Trilogy has always been my workhorse. Just reliable! Compared to Trilogy Trilian appears to me as a bitch ... a very good looking (sounding) one ... but messed up.
Would be so great to have a working version of Trilian...
PS. and yes, of course I use the latest Trilian patches (software 113c...)