njh wrote:Im only responding to this because everything else you said seemed incoherent and I probably already responded to it in another post.
Seemed to you, but wasn't. *Rimshot*
njh wrote:Tough luck is a real snobbish thing to say to some one. Its like telling a kid "you wanted to go to college well, you have bad luck so you are stuck here mining coal".
I merely echoed back your own viewpoint, plastering it on Live instead of Bitwig. They're both evil, I tells ya.
njh wrote:Its not tough luck getting live because live offers live intro for 99 and you can find it on the internet for $50.
These are both semi reasonable prices for musicians.
And then you're already talking about different levels of software. Again, your "semi reasonable price for musicians" is a humorous sentiment because you conveniently forget one also needs the computer
to run the software on, and usually the (commercial) OS as well. If it's realistic to scrape together a sum for a reasonable second hand computer with an up to date operating system, perhaps even an audio interface and a controller, not to mention (just maybe) an acoustic instrument to record into the damn thing, with a microphone (of sorts)... then it's surely possible to do the same with the DAW software. I assume Bitwig allows for license transfers down the road. With B, at least you don't have to pay for the OS.
njh wrote:What is with all these old time fucking sayings "at the end of the day" "news flash"
Are you people my Grandfather? It seriously seems like you guys are living in a different era.
, well I speak a handful of languages and English isn't the first one. I notice picking up more dated sayings than in my native language, even though I do recognize them as such and could avoid it (yeah, commented even if this wasn't targeted at me).
njh wrote:As of Bitwig running on linux and then charging $400 is just a slap in the face to the open source comunity.
They had to use open code to write bigwig but are they going to make the source freely available? Can I alter bitwig and then sell it as my own (you are able to do this with free software)
What bitwig did was use the community for their own capitalist greed. So fuck them. And who cares if you can run bitwig on Ubuntu its the most intrusive flavor of linux out there.
Ohh man. Yep, we conclude, Live and Bitwig are evil. But yes, trolling you are. Not getting sucked into this further. Have a good one.