Are the gentleman, drumlab, Rickenbecker bass etc... Coming to M+ Standalone ?

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  • PK The DJ
    PK The DJ UKMember Posts: 344 Saw
    edited September 10 Answer ✓

    I just took a look at the same page in English........and there's no mistake.

    What there is (pay close attention) is an small orange + sign on some of the instruments, plugins etc.

    Further down the page, there's a key which explains that the + means "works in standalone mode".

    The ones that don't have the + are a part of the included software package, but don't work standalone.

    It's subtle but it is explained.

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  • Flexi
    Flexi Member Posts: 219 Saw

    Probably just a mistake on the webpage.

  • KaOsphere
    KaOsphere Member Posts: 7 Sine

    Would be sad...

  • PK The DJ
    PK The DJ UKMember Posts: 344 Saw
    edited September 10 Answer ✓

    I just took a look at the same page in English........and there's no mistake.

    What there is (pay close attention) is an small orange + sign on some of the instruments, plugins etc.

    Further down the page, there's a key which explains that the + means "works in standalone mode".

    The ones that don't have the + are a part of the included software package, but don't work standalone.

    It's subtle but it is explained.

  • KaOsphere
    KaOsphere Member Posts: 7 Sine

    Subtle misleading marketing leading to disappointment...Thanks for your insight...

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