On Wed, 2011-12-28 at 14:52 +0100, Ralf Madorf wrote:
The office mob has got no sense for beauty, they are part of a
dog-eat-dog society. "If you are unable to overlook my work flow, read
my Wiki" :p.
Audio engineers sometimes do bad things, because they need to survive,
pay there rent etc., so we'll do some loudness war mastering, anyway,
most of us aren't dog-eat-dog business rivals. We simply love audio
engineering. Some unwritten standards are generally accepted, not why we
are dinos, who are unable to imagine new solutions. We invent new
solutions, but keep standards, because we aren't ivory towered, resp.
dog-eat-dog society narcissists.
+1 for session handling by Linux, as long as it doesn't break
"pro-audio" work flow, the way I described "pro-audio".
+1 for any DE, as long as an upgrade of a DE doesn't break the usage,
just to get some bad shadows etc., especially to be forced to use
proprietary drivers should be a no-go.
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