On Thu, February 14, 2013 6:08 am, briandc wrote:
> personally, I think the complaints (if referring to those coming from
I think to answer these questions well, one has to look at the linux audio
world for what it is without any comparison to another OS. There is a
trade off between flexibility and performance as compared to plug and play
ease. The trick is to provide the ease while still providing the tools for
the flexibility. Personally I want flexibility first.
> Having more apps available would be good, of course.
A small number of good tools is better than a large number of bad or even
unknown tools. The real question is not "do I wish I had tool x" but
rather "can I make music with what I have?" and "do I wish I could do
this". In other words it is not about a missing tool but missing
A person who has no win/mac experience has a different set of wants I think.
Many people moving from another OS, just want the experience they had on
that OS to continue.
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