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Re: Digital Age Concerns

Subject: Re: Digital Age Concerns
From: "Walter Knapp" waltknapp
Date: Thu Mar 15, 2007 9:39 am ((PDT))
Posted by: "Marc Myers"

> Of course everything in computers can be adjusted and most of it on the f=
ly. But it's not always convenient, tactile or efficient particularly if yo=
u wish or have to work in real time. That's why the best software is suppor=
ted by a wide variety of real world interfaces from JL Cooper, Mackie, Ales=
is, ADS-Technology, Behringer, Contour, Digital Design, M-audio and others.=
 Not to mention the bevy of drum pads and keyboards that can double as cont=
rollers. No reason using a computer has limited to a crummy little mouse or=
 track ball that only does one thing at a time.

Of course drum pads and keyboards are essential for processing nature
recording. You did notice the title of this group, naturerecordists?

Yes, mouse handling in the windows os is seriously defective.

> Apples to oranges, you're comparing pro audio software with consumer grap=
hics. There's a world of very breathtakinly expensive graphics software out=
 there if you elect to purchase it.

Yep, if you consider photoshop consumer graphics. A couple simple audio
plugins can cost as much as it.


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