Re: [LAD] [LAU] Linux Audio 2012: Is Linux Audio moving forward?

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Date: Wednesday, October 10, 2012 - 9:01 pm

On Thu, October 11, 2012 7:25 am, Louigi Verona wrote:

There are plenty of competitors to Linux Audio as a platform. AVID is the
most obvious competitor.

> There is no Windows Audio community, there is a Linux Audio community.

Look at things from a professional business point of view and try again
please. I'm not talking about Linux Multimedia for amateur users or even
necessarily for artists/producers. I'm talking about businesses that use
Linux as their revenue generating platform.

> Also, talking positive will not solve things. I see little value in

What kind of music do they make that is so difficult to do on Linux?

Don't you mean that because "insert favorite application/plugin" is not
ported they will have to learn how to do something differently and that is
too much to ask?

If that is the case then they are probably not a good fit for a Linux
desktop experience but I wonder how they managed to get anything done in
the first place if they are averse to learning.

>I like it and I am

And it's a good thing too.

Patrick Shirkey
Boost Hardware Ltd
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Re: [LAD] [LAU] Linux Audio 2012: Is Linux Audio moving forw..., Patrick Shirkey, (Wed Oct 10, 9:01 pm)
Re: [LAD] [LAU] Linux Audio 2012: Is Linux Audio moving forw..., Jörn Nettingsmeier, (Wed Oct 10, 11:02 pm)