Meh. My attitude is if they worried more about REAL platforms (and things like rewire, AU, etc etc) they would COME moreMachinesworking wrote:like coders aren't making music? Max 4 Live, and the Python script to make your controller work with Live, the guys popping in with little .als files with code to make Push into a video game etc.H20nly wrote:I said it before:
H20nly wrote:i'm sure the Linux community is up in arms about this software that you... pay... for.
i'm sure they're all bashing in their alias and their credit numbers so they can can cd, mkdir, and apt-get Bitwig and then killall the music scene the world over so they can finally take a well earned night off of coding.
http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/search.ph ... 5B0%5D=259
So yeah I think they made the right choice there; it's definitely a "Build it and they will come" situation.
What I'm curious about is how the Linux version will fare as far as CPU? The major advantage of open source is the possibility of the lack of bloatware.
So much for my blossoming flower hun?