Re: [LAU] Kim did the switch to Linux

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Date: Wednesday, August 5, 2009 - 4:06 pm

Betreff: Re: [LAU] Kim did the switch to Linux
Gesendet: Mi, 05. Aug 2009
Von: Paul Davis

> On Wed, Aug 5, 2009 at 9:07 AM, Michael Bohle wrote:

Control what? The source code of an application? Or the kernel? I have very limited skills in programming languages - I'm just an old school music artist and multimedia designer. On OS X I have full control over my personal creative workflow. But Linux was controlling me in a way that I have to take care of lot admin tasks and bugs. Yes the bugs and workarounds on Linux controlling me and I'm to stupid to fix them all plus write my dream apps. I'm one of the guys, going into a music store and buy a guitar and not one of the guy who'd like to build a own. My handcraft is music, not wood.

But for code-developers Linux is a very good and productive playground, because they have full control.

Yes, thats very nice, thanks Jesse! I recognized SL with Linux as the best Looper i've ever seen and on OS X I used the AU plugin version until Live8. But the Live8 looper is much better integrated (drag n drop audioloops into the sequencer, more tight etc) and so the workflow is much easier for a stupid artist like me, so SL is not in use anymore... But I still recommend SL to everybody who like to "do the looper."


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