On 09/01/2009 10:39 PM, Michael Bohle wrote:
You are clearly misreading the conversation so far.
We have been discussing the finer points of the interfaces and workflow
and how to take some of the features and integrate them with existing
apps to make the workflow of existing apps more familiar. Others have
suggested to start from scratch with the goal of completely replicating
AL. I find that quite a bizarre concept.
> I use AL because it is a masterpiece of music software and it fits my needs for a creative workflow. It is the state of art today and contemporary technology for musicians. It is no hype, it is an answer for the question: How you can make music without touching the limits of software.
When did you read this?
No one has said we have the same but some people have said we have a
comparable and productive environment that can be leveraged.
If we are not building the apps to meet some of the expectations of some
of the users then there is nothing left to do as most of us developers
are fairly happy with the work that has been achieved so far.
> it make me clear that most of the Linux fanboys here are never seen or used modern software and they don't know what they are talking about. Even David Philips never seen Garageband, but he talk about. It is no good idea to hide behind the small world of Linux audio. The progress goes on, and now it is 2009.