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Might take a look at Tracktion too, if you
haven't already. A bit non-traditional workspace, but quite inexpensive and
very very powerful and flexible-- and cross-platform (Win, Mac, Linux) from
the same license. Frankly, it's my preferred DAW...
On Sat, Dec 14, 2013 at 11:46 AM, email@example.com wrote:
> Hello everyone,
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Might take a look at Tracktion=A0too, if you haven't already. A bit non-traditional wor=
kspace, but quite inexpensive and very very powerful and flexible-- and cro=
ss-platform (Win, Mac, Linux) from the same license. Frankly, it's my p=
=A0 This is off topic but you are basicvally the only source that I know
of that I know knows something about this. =A0I would like to buy this
for our son for Xmas. =A0I am a registered Ardour user and have suggested
him to use it but he can not really dual boot and use Ardour, since
all of his stuff, and all of his friends and all that are on the Windows
side. =A0If he could also make music there it would be a nice creative
thing that he could share with others.
=A0 Thing is, I know absolutely *nothing* about Windows software. I
almost bought a Sony recording thing but backed off when I realized
there's no support for a M-audio 1010LT card. =A0Our son's machine =
1010LT card and Windows 7. =A0I'm certain many of you here knows a thin=
or two or three about Windows recording softwares out there that would
basically be like Ardour. =A0And under $300 if possible.
=A0 So I would ask kindly if it's possible to give some recommendations=
here. =A0It would be greatly appreciated ! =A0If such a request/thread is
verboten, simply tell me. =A0Or send me recommendations by email.
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