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To: linux-audio-user <linux-audio-user@...>
Date: Wednesday, February 6, 2013 - 7:38 am

On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 10:52 AM, cunnilinux himself wrote:

> the problem is the fact that marketologists don't think so.

"I'm an artist. I speak in hyperbole" (c) The Oatmeal

Right? :)

Of course, you can always try to convince Louigi that he needs
separate channel ports in gladish on stage. Because, dontcherknow,
half the live session should be spent on connecting each L and R
output separately.

So, basically,

s/the problem/presumably, the problem/
s/the fact/according to my assumption/
s/marketologists/some marketologists/
s/technical side should be hidden as much as possible/software should
not get in the way/
s/interact with one or two magic buttons only/spend as little time on
boring work as possible/

Is that UNIX enough for ya? :)

Personally, I salute to people who think that e.g. client/server
architecture of LinuxSampler is great and should be directly exposed
to users. I'll never be half as cool. I'm a complete and utter bore
who never gets any life. Unlike the sparkling minds of true UNIX gurus
who get all the girls/boys, because talking about low-level stuff is
so frigging sexy :)

Alexandre Prokoudine
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