On 07/02/13 21:50, Paul Davis wrote:
that's very true, and very relevant to the thread in general ... anyone saying
"Linux sucks because it isn't windows/OSX and my favourite tool is only written
for windows/OSX" should stay with the OS that runs their chosen app until they
get to a point they actually want to try other possibilities. Linux isn't, and
cannot be, a cheap (as in beer) clone of some other system.
There are several apps that will run on more than one system, so if Ardour for
example is your favourite DAW then you are lucky, thanks to Paul you can run it
on more than one OS so you have the choice. And there are solutions like virtual
machines or wine or cygwin or just multiple machines connected via audio or
networked ... all of which require a certain level of geekness and interest in
setting them up.
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