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mmm ... i was just wondering if bitwig will have support for JackSession
2012/1/16 Jeremy Jongepier
> On 01/16/12 13:47, J=F6rn Nettingsmeier wrote:
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mmm ... i was just wondering if bitwig will have support for JackSession =
=A0;-)2012/1/16 Jeremy Jongepier <jeremy@autosta=
On 01/16/12 13:47, J=F6rn =
On 01/15/2012 03:20 PM, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
On Sun, Jan 15, 2012 at 6:02 PM, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:
What if you're a user in the first place? A user that likes to talk
his favorite software? A user that likes to exchange experiences, to
out others and having to find out that becomes more and more
would most certainly help focusing on making music, that I'll admit, bu=
what if there's nobody to share it with or only a LAU mailinglist with<=
people using either Renoise, Bitwig, Mixbus or EnergyXT (<ironic mode
I'm exaggarating of course)?
Then it means that the free software experiment failed, and the
community wasn't able to produce contemporary software that resonates
with people's needs.
that's a bit painful to admit, but i share this attitude. if people wan=
ableton and itunes, well, we can't do it (yet). that's what ableton=
itunes is for.
at the same time, all the free audio software we have resonates with
_my_ needs just fine :)
(and it seems to do the same for alexandre, judging by his numerous
And same here. I was merely postulating an alternative point of view which =
is not necessarily mine. I'm quite good with everything open source aud=
io software has to offer.
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