[LAU] Kim did the switch to Linux
opendaw at jacklab.org
Wed Aug 5 09:07:10 EDT 2009
Nice article. But colored by ideology.
I "switched" from Linux to Mac because...
-Now I have the freedom of choice what kind of apps I want to use (free software or pro apps)
-I have no more headache about bad RT Kernels and user permissions
-Only one audio system - core audio - and it is easy to handle
-It works rock stable and very intuitive
-a very good workflow covering all technics of modern multimedia production
-the audio apps are mature production tools with all features I need
-Ableton Live - more then a DAW
-I can work with video and audio together without crashes
-I'm more productive with a Mac environment
-I doesn't need to be an geek/nerd to use my computer but I can if I want
Only some points. Very subjective.
I'm not "against" Linux -I think it is a nice OS for audionerds with a good amount of time.
And for pure harddisk recording, developing and testing new concepts. Sooperlooper is an good example: first made for Linux, then ported to OS X and now the "mainstream-Daws" Live and Logic have loopers as new features in their latest versions.
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Betreff: [LAU] Kim did the switch to Linux
Gesendet: Mi, 05. Aug 2009
Von: Frank Barknecht<fbar at footils.org>
> here's an excellent read about Kim Casone (of .microsound and this list,
> switching from Mac to Linux:
> (URL in one line)
> Great work, Kim!
> Linux-audio-user mailing list
> Linux-audio-user at lists.linuxaudio.org
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