Louigi Verona wrote:
Regarding to commercial software you are mistaken. Keep in mind that
coders for commercial software get paid, hence they've got the
resources, time and money to work on software more intensive. Software
such as a synth choir that is able to sing lyrics written by you aren't
just an assembly of filter and similar algorithms. Virtual Orchestras
aren't just sample players, there is code that emulates a lot more, it's
comparable to hardware such as the Yamaha Clavinova for piano sounds,
it's not only generating a sound and using some filters etc., but a lot
of development for very special algorithms.
And because Windows has got more users, that means coders too, as Linux
has got, there's also more shareware.
Do you know that you can use VSTs on Linux too?
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