[Ardour-Users] Multiple USB Input recording ___IS___ needed. No it is not "DUMMB" to want this feature.
paul at linuxaudiosystems.com
Fri Jan 10 17:17:33 PST 2014
On Fri, Jan 10, 2014 at 8:05 PM, ChaosEsque Team
<chaosesqueteam at yahoo.com>wrote:
> Fuck your professional sound engineers.
> Pro sound engineers would not be using ardour.
Your opinion has been noted.
> People who don't have the money to drop 300 or more on an xlr mic,
an SM58 is about $100
> 2000 on a mixer,
why would they need a mixer?
> plus 1000 for each and every amp.
my Art tube preamp cost about $49.
> They use ardour.
Praise the heavens!
> You know: normal human beings, not super-rich mother fuck-er-s.
> Bands making music also cannot afford that fucking shit.
> Usb inputs on all the low end stuff is nice.
No, its fucking shit (to coin a phrase)
> Opens up the field.
Hmmm. Let me see. What could I do to "open up the field". I know. Write an
open source DAW. Release it under the GPL. Allow people to get it for
nothing, or whatever price they want. Create an audio interconnect system
allowing applications to share audio with each and the hardware. Oh wait
If you don't want poor people recording music,
No Sir! The poors have never made good music. Not the slaves, or the gypsys
or the peasants ... it was all crap. Don't want any of their music
infecting the music of the high bourgeoisie. Give me the art of the
patron-funded, alone, because I wouldn't want any of that downbeat shit
getting into my body.
> and you make sure they can't together in ardour etc, well ... I am not
> going to say what I think should happen to you: but you are a piece of shit
> and I hope you are treated as one.
Well then, in that case I'll be happy to remove you from the mailing list
and bid you good day, sir!
Seriously, are you for real? You show up on a mailing list like this and
expect people to listen for more than a second to your insulting, rude and
at least partially ignorant ranting. Here's a hint.
"Hi, I'm really interested in helping people who want to use Ardour with
multiple cheap (USB) audio interfaces. It doesn't seem very easy right now
to do this sort of thing - in fact, I'm not even clear if it is possible -
and I'd appreciate some guidance because I think this is really important
group of people: folks that can't afford multichannel interfaces and lots
of amps, the sort of people who might really be attracted to a tool like
Can I get a few clues on how this should work, so I can write up a helpful
and useful page that people can refer to?"
Wasn't that easy?
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