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MPC Renaissance + MPC 2.0 Upgrade on Mac is great

We just wanted to point out that running the old Renaissance on a MacBookPro using the updated MPC Software Version works great. To be honest, much better than what we have expected ..getting thru a couple of audio interfaces and music hardware in the last 10 years. In short: Upgrading the Software for Renaissance is worth it, then purchase the full update with sounds and projects (the whole lib).

We're taking the time to write something positive, since standard seems that only problems getting told ..which doesn't reflect the whole picture.

Anyway, back to the program..
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  • Hey PSOUND,

    Thanks for posting your experience! I'm happy to hear you're enjoying using the MPC 2.0 Software with your Renaissance. Let me know if you have any questions going forward, otherwise I'll see you around the forum! :)
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    If you could pass thru a suggestion for multiple pages for Q-Links to the devs, that
    would be great. (on pages per pad it would be +15 pages resulting in +240 Q-Links).
    We'd really like to control all parameters from the MPC-Renaissance/X in the center,
    rather than having a bunch of other control boxes occupying precious space. But
    once a workflow is established, they'll be a keeper and the MPC would have lost this
    game. Actually that would be the deal breaker for upgrading from Renaissance to X.

    PSOUND
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