On Wed, 2011-03-02 at 22:15 +0100, Olivier Guilyardi wrote:
Yawn. Personally I've always considered my ears better judges of audio
than pixellated waveforms on a screen.
Knobs and speakers were good enough for some of the most brilliant sonic
artists ever, and they're plenty good enough for me too. They also have
the benefit of being tactile and spontaneously creative, unlike clickey
screeney uninspiring computer staring nonsense. Feel free to spend your
time on screen things, but I would much rather spend my time on sound
things. It's sort of the whole point...
Just my opinion, if anyone cares. It's heavily influenced by the severe
lack of developer manpower around here - we're talking about what colour
to paint the car with no engine. More people with wrenches and time -
and fewer people with paintbrushes and opinions(*) - certainly wouldn't
(* Irony noted)
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