Very well put!!
I think your brave to consider Linux here in a live environment .
It will get better and as we all help out by using/testing/feedback, it
will develop faster than cakewalk and others.
Thing is will cakewalk survive?
It seems there will be more consolidation in the music market and not
always the best software survives.
Will Sonar still be here?
I think a lot of the propriety software arguments forget this.
If the company is bought out, thats it, gone.
It may survive in name only but normally the stuff you bought it for is
Just my 2p's worth
On Mon, 2005-06-06 at 16:14 -0500, Russell Hanaghan wrote: