Re: [LAU] OpenOctaveMIDI 2 stable

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Date: Thursday, June 23, 2011 - 3:30 pm

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On Thursday 21 Sivan 5771 18:02:43 rosea grammostola wrote:

Gitting it right now! Looks quite exciting.

My last windows software was Home Studio, Sonar's little cousin with much more
bang for the buck. The Win98 version dispensed with the console view--no big
loss since a mouse is no engineer's 10 fingers. When i-Pad screens can be used
for such programs, this will change. OOM has drawn automation like Home Studio
as well as a console view. Looking forward to giving this a try.

Let's get this straight, windows has two big programs, Sonar and Cubase and
some smaller opensource and other competition. Count the linux choices!

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On Thursday 21 Sivan 5771 18:02:43 rosea grammostola wrote:

Gitting it right now! Looks quite exciting.

My last windows software was Home Studio, Sonar's little cousin with much more bang for the buck. The Win98 version dispensed with the console view--no big loss since a mouse is no engineer's 10 fingers. When i-Pad screens can be used for such programs, this will change. OOM has drawn automation like Home Studio as well as a console view. Looking forward to giving this a try.

Let's get this straight, windows has two big programs, Sonar and Cubase and some smaller opensource and other competition. Count the linux choices!

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[LAU] OpenOctaveMIDI 2 stable, rosea grammostola, (Thu Jun 23, 3:02 pm)
Re: [LAU] OpenOctaveMIDI 2 stable, Goran Mekić, (Thu Jun 23, 4:22 pm)
Re: [LAU] OpenOctaveMIDI 2 stable, David Baron, (Thu Jun 23, 3:30 pm)
Re: [LAU] OpenOctaveMIDI 2 stable, Brett McCoy, (Thu Jun 23, 3:39 pm)
Re: [LAU] OpenOctaveMIDI 2 stable, S C Rigler, (Thu Jun 23, 3:16 pm)