[Ardour-Users] One piano roll to edit them all
stuzz78 at yahoo.com.au
Tue Aug 16 16:56:33 PDT 2016
Why not use Ardour to do "anything real on Winders"? :)
On Wed, 17 Aug 2016 09:46:34 +1000, Brett McCoy <idragosani at gmail.com>
> I'm stuck taking Pro Tools classes right now (degree requirement) ...
> for the price tag it boasts, not terribly impressed. I've gotten to used
> to Ardour & >MixBus and find Pro Tools clumsy in a lot of areas. If I
> ever need to do anything real on Winders, I reach for Reaper!
> On Tue, Aug 16, 2016 at 7:43 PM, Tobiasz Karoń <unfa00 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Pro Tools - I think I made a mistake here - yes, that's probably one
>> reason why I never want to use it again after I finished the school ;)
>> I should replace it with Fruity Loops then.
>> 2016-08-17 1:28 GMT+02:00 Brett McCoy <idragosani at gmail.com>:
>>> On Tue, Aug 16, 2016 at 6:38 PM, Tobiasz Karoń <unfa00 at gmail.com>
>>>> Any DAW I have worked in: Cubase, Logic, Pro Tools, Reaper, LMMS -
>>>> has one main piano roll for editing all MIDI data in the project. I
>>>> have >>>>sequenced and published several hours music in LMMS over the
>>>> last few years, but I am pulling my hair put trying to finish one
>>>> single track in >>>>Ardour - just doing the same thing I've been
>>>> doing for years. Suddenly it feels like I'm moving backwards.
>>> Have you seen Pro Tools recently? It uses the same model, editing MIDI
>>> right in the track, and you can move back and forth between "clips"
>>> >>>mode and &
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