I just downloaded the evaluation version of n-track. What are the limitations of this version?
Hi Gothboy and n-Trackers:
I have v5.0.9_beta_b_2277 installed and running…
I see no limitations or issues of any kind so far… However, I have only one track installed on the timeline of this Print screen…
What’s gonna be nice about this version for me is… the Studio P-4 DAW I have has a number of Audio cards installed… It appears at-first-glance that it’ll be quite easy for me to choose the input audio devises and out audio devices on-the-fly now… There is a “Plus Sign” on the repro and record meters now that open a screen to select the audio devices…
Great stuff… Flavio… Thanks for the update…
I hope I don’t have to go back here to edit this post…
(Gothboy @ Jun. 06 2007,07:52)
It has full functionality. You can do whatever you want with it, but you get a 135db D-Eb-D blast every 20 seconds or so. First time I heard that I was wearing headphones and had them cranked to the max. That was a month ago, and my ears are still ringing.
What I got between those bursts was enoug to know I was in love with this thing.
From the download page:
In the evaluation version:
* a registration reminder dialog box appears every few times the playback or recording is started
* when mixdown to a single wave file a three note organ sound is added every approximately 30 seconds
* the evaluation version has no limitations in the number or lenght of the tracks.
I thought there were limitations on effects as well.
(TomS @ Jun. 06 2007,16:02)
yes, you're correct. Only effects allowed on track 1 IIRC.
I’m confused… Well… Most of the time I am…
On a beta version there should be no limitations… At least that’s what I thought. Sense I have reg codes installed It’s difficult to know that for sure.
If I open the “About” screen it says that I have a registered version of v5.0.9_beta_b_2277. So I unable to confirm the beta / evaluation limitation…
The beta version has no limitation compared to the released version, but an unregistered version has the limitations, whether beta or release.
Hope this clarifies.