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2012/3/29 Louigi Verona
> my 2 cents from user perspective: I know where I save my files, I know
wasnt there a link somewhere in this mail thread about a comparison of all
the pros and cons of 'all' SM's ?
i went trough the thread but could not find it :-(
ah well, maybe i'm just dreaming
would be nice though, such a comparison matrix
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2012/3/29 Louigi Verona <firstname.lastname@example.org>
my 2 cents from user perspective: I know where I save my files, I know
where my sample collections are. i know that if i delete my sample
collection, sessions won't load. i don't need any program to tell m=
in fact, in using FL Studio or Cubase or LMMS you have the same
situation. a project can use same files as another project and if you
damage those files - well, sorry.
I do not see any reason for complications in session manager design. i
agree with david, all of this is unnecessary and only will make NSM a
session manager developers would be reluctant to adopt.
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