Darren from Isotonik said today that he doesn’t know when ClyphX Pro will be supported. Arsenal should be still sold on the NativeKontrol website but no one seems to know if it will live on or not either.
ClyphX should live on considering that Stray said in a previous post that it will live on through the Python 3 update. As for Arsenal, we can only hope it will live on too. Both are essential for my workflow so fingers crossed!
I'm not sure offhand when Live will switch to using Python 3, but it wouldn't be based on when the Python Software Foundation stops supporting Python 2 since their support doesn't matter in this case.
In terms of the impact it will have on ClyphX Pro, the script will need to be updated for Python 3 compatibility and it's possible that we'll need to drop support for versions of Live that do not use Python 3 at that point. That's a factor we'll have to consider once the change occurs. In any case, ClyphX Pro will live on - you can count on that!
The fact that he has said nothing at all makes me suspect that he is not allowed to say anything, which in turn would suggest that the work he's doing at Ableton is related to this. Maybe that's baseless optimism, but that's what i think is going on.
Post by costantine327 on Feb 25, 2021 11:58:54 GMT -5
My workflow is essentially based on arsenal, preditor 2 and clyphx pro...I hope there will be a chance to see any upgrade to those scripts otherwise live doesn't worth the 11 update... Stray and all people working for this were a resource for us and now we are missing all...by the way , I hope he's fine in all this chaos.
At this point it’s just cruel. Arsenal was the center of my control.
I’ve tried converting the files to make a python3 versions & can’t ever get it to work. SeriouslyStray…because you got a job with Ableton isn’t an excuse to leave your customers out of luck with no warning.