On 6/13/07, Kjetil S. Matheussen wrote:
I haven't been on the Linux Audio scene long enough to develop much of
an agenda of any kind. I guess my reasoning is kind of based on the
following flow of logic, if you can call it that...
1. Ardour is by far the most popular professional-grade Linux DAW
2. Ardour is open source, with many contributing developers
3. Unless a different user base is targeted (and thus, different
features) it would seem pointless to recreate the wheel, but would
benefit many to further enhance it
4. Traverso's website seems to be aimed more at home users (just my
Why should it not be simple and intuitive?
> And yes, I must admit I have a small agenda too, against Ardour. I don't
Of course Ardour can be improved by looking at other DAWs and seeing
what works and what doesn't. I have read through this post and agree
with most of your suggestions. A number of them have been implemented
But I'm a little confused why you would say you have "a small agenda
too, against Ardour." Submitting feature requests and reporting bugs
(as you have) is very constructive and helpful to further development.
So I wouldn't view that as having an agenda against Ardour.