Did Ruckus Kill Schoolkids?
hepstyle at gmail.com
Fri Feb 29 15:57:26 EST 2008
I'll thank you to stop referring to Chaz as a dog.
On Fri, Feb 29, 2008 at 3:39 PM, <jim.brantley at gmail.com> wrote:
> Mr. Rossi - I know I'm a little late to the party on this one, but I
> recently got the most recent Erie Choir record (which I understand you
> had a hand in recording), and it is a damn fine piece of work. I've
> been meaning to pass along my compliments.
> (To thread this into the rest of this thread, it was a good old
> fashioned CD, purchased at Chaz's, where I found the customer
> experience to be excellent - far superior to that of the iTunes music
> store. There's no dog to pet at iTunes.)
> On Feb 29, 2:58 pm, nos... at spacelabstudio.com (Chris Rossi) wrote:
> > jim.brant... at gmail.com wrote:
> > > On the topic of open source, have y'all seen this?http://ardour.org/
> > > Open source DAW, supposedly comparable to Nuendo, ProTools, et al. I
> > > PayPal-ed him some bucks. How cool that would be. I would love to run
> > > my studio on Linux using an open source DAW.
> > I've been eyeballing that project for years. For a long time my studio
> > computer was the only I had not running Windows. Given how much Vista
> > seems to suck for performance, and the inevitable sunsetting of XP at
> > some point, I would still love to be able to get off of the Windows
> > bandwagon. There are a couple of big things tying me to my Windows
> > setup, currently, though. UAD-1 cards. And Native Instruments plugins.
> > I have too much $$ wrapped up in those to leave them behind and I
> > haven't seen any evidence that I can take them with me, yet.
> > I did download Reaper the other day and will probably use it for a few
> > of my personal projects to get a feel for it. If it's good enough, I
> > might switch the paying customers to that. I've been unhappy, to say
> > the least, with the stability of Cubase. Although I haven't really
> > exercised too much their most recent free update, so maybe they've fixed
> > a lot of their stability issues. Still, given how those guys seem to
> > develop software, I'm reticent to buy into whatever the next big for-pay
> > upgrade is. I'm pretty tired of broken-ware.
> > chris
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