linux-audio at paypc.com
Sun Jul 4 17:21:25 EDT 2004
> best is going to get "poo-pooed" by the Cubase and Pro-Tools
> supremacists... It could give linux another exceptional tool.
You're not joking about the ProTools snobs.
I'm not "Mr. Pro Audio/Video" by any means, but my encounters with such in
casual settings show a very high penetration of ProTools in those areas, and
they are of the mind that nothing else worth considering exists.
It is well-made, purpose-built, and clean. Back in the dark ages when I
used to design RAID stuff, I used to work with digidesign on latency issues
to/from storage subsystems in the early days when thermal recalibration
could cause audio recording problems.
A focus on Quality.
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