Hier findet der Erfahrungsaustausch von sehbehinderten Samplitude/Sequoia Anwendern statt. Es kann deutsch oder englisch gesprochen werden. Forum for blind Samplitude/Sequoia users. Feel free to discuss issues in german and english please.
I use the traditional XP-Pen Star G640 Drawing Pad for any long session work, be it audio （ use it for music production as a MIDI controller!）or image editing, and my wrists thank me for it.
There are so many uses—control X and Y axis of ‘morphing’ synths, use MIDI note on/off message to turn on/off parameters in a synth (instead of just note on/off), pen pressure to control resonance or cutoff—the possibilities are mind boggling.
The version number for the one you have is found in the Preferences tab at the bottom of the screen to the left of the "Save Preferences" button.
It is my understanding that 3.3 saw the introduction of support for 64-bit VST plugins to be used as part of an Independence project, where you could add a VSTi as a layer or use VST effects that you had placed into the special Independence VST Plugins folder found in C:\ProgramData\MAGIX\Independence\VST Plug-Ins. (VST effects cannot be added to a layer containing a VST instrument, though - only to an Independence instrument.)
I know of no other differences, as MAGIX does not appear to publish a changelog for Independence. I have the 3.5 version of Independence Pro which is the version found in my Service Center downloads area. It is mislabeled if I recall correctly, and I had to download it and install it to discover I had the upgraded 3.5 version sitting there waiting for me. https://www.magix.com/int/support/pro-audio-downloads/
OK. another question: when I installed Independence Pro with Samplitude Pro X3 Suite, which one is the included version? In the patches and downloads section of the service center there are downloads for the editions: standard, plus and premium. So which version might be that version that is included in Pro X3 Suite? And what are the differences between those editions?