Well I use Protools exclusively as work, but just started using Cubase again at home for music production. I gotta say tho, as powerful as Cubase is, nothing beats the speed and simplicity of Protools. I wish I could have a cross between the two!
Hmm, that’s actually a pretty interesting idea… although i’m sure AJ likes how right now their featured picks are directly linked to top-quality/sale-ability. And i’m also pretty sure shoppers know this..
There wouldn’t be much stopping a potential buyer from disregarding a randomly featured file, especially once they KNOW it’s randomly selected (aka nothing special). Based on this alone, it would probably be a pointless move on AJ’s part (financially anyway), however I does have potential as far as author crowd-pleasing goes haha.
Over all, yeah I think it would be a neat experiment. Something new at least. +1 to a “Random Features” section on the front page
This is video has been trending recently and its actually pretty damn funny. Best part is they used my tune! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wz_V4lRdtjo&list=TL6hUzAGYMH-FXYLnFR62h4tVPI9yamzO9
Hey Jon,I heard them talking about this video on NPR today while talking about the Kentucky Senate Race…hilarious stuff! Congrats!!
Very cool! Thanks for the notification, bluex I’m definitely still pretty excited about it.
This is video has been trending recently and its actually pretty damn funny. Best part is they used my tune!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wz_V4lRdtjo&list=TL6hUzAGYMH-FXYLnFR62h4tVPI9yamzO9
It’s festival season! Is anyone else going to Electric Forest? Share your festival stories from this year!
Just looking for something similar, or even a knock-off.
A bunch of Seven Lions remixes. Just can’t get enough!
expresssoul saidhands and ears and of course I think that every DAW is good, just not for everyone! We all love our own daw even if it is worse than other in some case!
Maybe I`m little bit off topic, but does it really matters what DAW you work in? Maybe more important that your hands grow from the right place.. I don`t know But this Bitwig looks pretty sweet and cool, I watched their demo video.
Hahah so true, and we’ll fight to the death for it!
First of all a big thumb for Bitwig which is the first “professional DAW” hitting the market for linux computers!
As mentioned above it is similar to Ableton Live, which is kind of mashup of DAW and DJ Tool. I guess it is competing to Reason, FL Studio etc… just a nice tool for beat making, sampling, etc.Anyway I’m looking forward to check it out on my ubuntu notebook soon.
Very cool indeed. Another interesting feature (I believe to be true) is that in runs plug-ins in parallel with itself. The reason being so if a plug-in crashes, your session will still be safe.
It tough digging around for more info. Bitwig is still too new to have a good supply of feature videos/tutorials. I’m sure they’ll be plentiful soon however.