On 07/03/2011 07:32 PM, Paul Davis wrote:
> i feel that if you spend too long reasoning about this, you will
true if you are arguing from the "streamlined workflow" pov only.
but the unix way is "make simple things easy" (= use one daw and
everything else is a plugin) _and_ "make hard things possible". jack
doesn't hurt the former and excels at the latter. none of the audio
stuff i routinely do everyday would be possible without jack.
it's great to be able to combine stuff in ways the developers did not
(need to) anticipate. that usually means combining separate processes.
jack is really unixy, and it certainly deserves the highest praise i
could think of: it's totally |y.
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