Von 22 mai 2013 à 14h43
[Replied] Any additional DRM or USB License Managment needed?
I'm curious if this one has any additional requirements for registration / activation or any other kind of additional DRM besides steam. Have only bought benchmark software here on steam, so no experience with this kind of purchases.
Dernière modification de Seth Kellogg [Cakewalk]; 19 juil 2013 à 9h32
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Seth Kellogg [Cakewalk]  [développeur] 22 mai 2013 à 14h47 
There is no additional DRM needed besides purchasing it through Steam.
Selexo 22 mai 2013 à 15h34 
Nice to see Cakewalk expanding into digital stores like steam. I look forward to when more of your advance software DAW's make it way over to steam. Good luck and hope it proves worthwhile.
JasonMurphy 22 mai 2013 à 16h13 
Heck, I'm impressed at seeing reps from CW here on steam answering questions, and doing so quickly. That is very, very pro. Added it to the wishlist, and I'll probably grab it over the weekend.
Seth Kellogg [Cakewalk]  [développeur] 22 mai 2013 à 16h25 
JasonMurphy a écrit :
Heck, I'm impressed at seeing reps from CW here on steam answering questions, and doing so quickly. That is very, very pro. Added it to the wishlist, and I'll probably grab it over the weekend.


Thanks JasonMurphy! A lot of us here at Cakewalk are avid Steam users and are super excited about joining this community with our own product.

I just received my 8th year of service badge :)
PH4T3 <*.*> 22 mai 2013 à 16h57 
Congrats man, glad to hear it. I know CW has been around FOREVER... one of the first MIDI programs from back in the day, and still going strong :) As a person that uses alot of physical music devices versus pure software mixing, I can say that I am so glad that CW is still around and churning out MIDI goodies to play with these days.
Fartality 23 mai 2013 à 13h36 
It's so cool to see music software on steam! I have a question though: do I need to run the app via steam or I can run it as standalone app at any time without internet?
Seth Kellogg [Cakewalk]  [développeur] 23 mai 2013 à 13h44 
Hi Patrick,

You'll want to launch Music Creator 6 Touch once while you're online. After that point you can run Steam in 'offline mode' and enjoy MC6T with full functionality.
u.S. Ag3NT 23 mai 2013 à 16h26 
Dying to try this. Im a HEAVY Audition user (work/fun) and Im always looking out for the next upgrade. This almost appears to be a MAGIX MM with Audition and SoundForge thrown in.

I might sound silly but is there a demo coming?
Von 23 mai 2013 à 19h24 
u.S. Ag3NT a écrit :
I might sound silly but is there a demo coming?
No:
http://steamcommunity.com/app/222710/discussions/0/810925398537017597/

I really hope they consider making one as a result of the discussion linked above.
Seth Kellogg [Cakewalk]  [développeur] 23 mai 2013 à 19h32 
Von Random a écrit :
u.S. Ag3NT a écrit :
I might sound silly but is there a demo coming?
No:
http://steamcommunity.com/app/222710/discussions/0/810925398537017597/

I really hope they consider making one as a result of the discussion linked above.

We are definitely listening to the community but can't confirm anything at this time.

We're just barely over 24 hours into this ;)
u.S. Ag3NT 24 mai 2013 à 2h30 
Thanks for the response Seth.
Just a follow up question (aka incentive for me to purchase),

"What kind of restoration filtering is available in MC6"?

I currently use IZOtope RX (http://www.izotope.com/products/audio/rx/index.asp?hs13) and have found it to be a wonderful workhorse but personally wanted something with this level of filtering within "1 program". There's alot of unnecessary saving and loss of quality (unless I do everything via .wav/FLAC) going in between 2-3 programs.

i was mainly curious (I know VST can be added, I read that) if MC6 will have multiple filters tonal and noise based?
Seth Kellogg [Cakewalk]  [développeur] 24 mai 2013 à 8h27 
Hi u.S. Ag3NT,

Izotope RX and Music Creator 6 Touch are two different types of applications. Music Creator will allow you to record audio, record and sequence MIDI, and perform basic audio mixing for release. You can make things sound better than how they were originally recorded but you'll need some mixing knowledge.

RX on the other hand is a dedicated audio file restoration tool. I would use this to process recordings separately or if I was trying to remix old recordings before a final Mix. There are actually a lot of users of Cakewalk software who have RX in their bag of tricks.
u.S. Ag3NT 24 mai 2013 à 12h23 
Thank you again Seth. I'll keep that in mind.
Seth Kellogg [Cakewalk]  [développeur] 24 mai 2013 à 19h48 
u.S. Ag3NT a écrit :
Thank you again Seth. I'll keep that in mind.

I went ahead and published a guide for the community here:

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=147510696

Following these steps will add RX to MC6T.
Zat 19 juil 2013 à 4h26 
Since Steam is account-based, I assume it's OK to install MC6 Touch onto a couple of computers? It would be pretty cool to have it on both my desktop and notebook. :)
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