Camelot looks to become a very powerful and musician-minded performance environment, and I'm really excited to see it grow. But as AM likes to point out, it's still in its infancy as new features are being added. One of the big caveats is the lack support for AU/VST effects.
However, there is a pretty good solution that will run you between $50-$100 depending on your needs. There are a number
I use to use pro tools, but found it was heavier than I needed. I've been using Reaper, and am mostly happy with it. I like how easy it is to use, yet still has almost all the functionality I would want in a daw.
And I like how it is relatively light when it comes to CPU usage.
How does Camelot compare to Reaper?
I must admit the ability to create set lists in my daw is appealing.
Hi, Is it possible to adress the Midi Channels of multitimbral VST Instruments like Steinberg Halion 6 from different Keyboards? I use a Roland A-88 and a Komplete Kontrol 61 MK2 and would like to select the Midi channels seperately for one instance of Halion.
I just bought the licence because 10 elements wasn't enough for me to try all the features I need to create my song sets.
I'm trying Kontakt 5 with a very low weight sample set (some customized synth leads from an Emu Proteus Library) but when I change scenes all the samples are reloaded (when I use other sample based VSTi like EzKeys the samples are not reloaded and there is no sound interru
Recently we have been discussing that IMHO it would be very advantageous if Camelot would feature a scripting engine and I suggested to take a look at the "JSFX" scripting engine provided by Cocos in their "Reaper" DAW.
But implementing a versatile scripting engine in Camelot itself maybe is not even necessary.
I found that the unbelievably nice people at Cockos provide the scripting e