[Ardour-Users] Multiple USB Input recording ___IS___ needed. No it is not "DUMMB" to want this feature
andre.sklenar at gmail.com
Tue Jan 14 10:18:12 PST 2014
easy to forget in the western world of facilitation, is the delicious
role of limitations in creativity: Work-around tend to open up unknown
opportunities, and frustration can be powerful thrive to achieve a goal."
While i agree with this statment, i disagree with its usage in this context.
It's like if you say "Yes, I'm locked in a room for the next couple of
but on the bright side, i have lots of time to read now!".
Limitation is a good thing only when it's on purpose.
PS: I am not implying that Ardour is limited.
2014/1/14 Set Hallstrom <set at sakrecoer.com>
> If you are feeling limited by Ardour, and cannot or will not afford
> something else. I would like to recommend a book by Georges Perec
> "Species of Spaces and Other Pieces, ed. and trans. by John Sturrock
> (London: Penguin, 1997; rev. ed. 1999)". That offer a great deal of
> inspiration about how to play around with limitations and frames.
> Neither did Ray Charles record/produce his albums in Ardour. Something
> easy to forget in the western world of facilitation, is the delicious
> role of limitations in creativity: Work-around tend to open up unknown
> opportunities, and frustration can be powerful thrive to achieve a goal.
> Because frustration makes one dream about a better tomorrow and/or
> easier solutions. But i agree that the lesser the effort, the faster the
> fun. (Just don't come up with that brainwave inspiration/thought-scanner
> I guess until recently open-source software was attractive mainly to
> people subscribing to a philosophy (which stands in bright contrast to
> the foundations of the major music industry): altruism. That's is my
> guess as to why there are so few major label artists using Ardour in
> their studio. But, i wasn't there, so who knows?
> Hopefully 2014 is the year were all the superstars go Ardour! But before
> that, i hope all the superstars go Altruism!
> Be safe y'all and happy production!
> Set Hallstrom
> AKA Sakrecoer
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