On Sat, 2013-03-09 at 21:40 +0300, Louigi Verona wrote:
To make recordings such as your Dronings would be more work for me when
using software like LMMS, instead of software such as Qtractor and I
guess I'm not an exception.
They enforce a very unusual workflow. IMO there's a reason that
Rosegarden, Ardour, Qtractor, Cubase, Logic etc. pp. have another
I'm still limited with IOs, because my RME card is bad supported by
Linux, but I already can loop in a reverb, so if it should be possible
to add external gear, I don't care about software reverbs. I only used
software reverbs, when I had no IOs to loop in a reverb.
It's possible to make "good" music with a spoon, but more pleasant to
play a grand piano instead of a spoon.
> I tried EnergyXT, I did not like it at all, very raw software, I am
Until now I didn't test it myself, because I don't like demo versions.
Usually demo versions can't be used to make real "test" productions. I'm
not interested to install a hacked version and I only knew one person
living far away, who used it and perhaps still does use it.
Other proprietary software doesn't need demo versions, because many
people do use it, it's not hard to get a chance to test such software,
but energyXT isn't Pro Tools or Steinberg, so I expect a full version
for test purpose.
> Will Bitwig be released?
Resp. when will it be released and really provide all it's advantages
and how much will it be?
I guess that Ardour, Rosegarden, Qtrator and Muse are the workstations
that are interesting for me. When I was younger I made 24/7 music, today
I don't touch an instrument for month, so I'm not in a hurry. If I
should change my mind and become a musician again, I might use something
Microsoft based or no computer. While I prefer Qtractor and Ardour 2, I
don't exclude Ardour 3, Rosegarden and Muse, they are close to my needs
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