It's true. Those dumb "the hearth is round" fake-news nubs!
If the hearth was round then the coal would fall off and burn the carpet!!
The irony is that the Apple 2 was arguably the first computer to have a killer app. That is, a software application so good that you buy the hardware just to run it. And that software was... a spreadsheet. And you don't get more digital than a spreadsheet because, well, it's full of digits innit?
I think you are incorrect, they have posted c++ developer job applications on Facebook and other placesboingy wrote: ↑22 May 2019There will be lots of nice words but the new CEO's ONLY task is to prepare the company for sale by growing the profits so the venture capitalist investors can recoup their investment plus a bit. There are two ways to grow the profits: increase sales or cut costs. The major cost for any software company is the staff salaries. Profit is everything to those folks so don't expect a sudden boost in dev headcount.
Makes no sense they already have emagic and Logic. And what of PC users?
He was probably running MacOS on a hackingtosh. That’s the only way it is currently possible other than running Logic 5 which was the last version on PC.
yes you are right, but I was assuming people who buy iphones have macs because they go/sync with their computers.
I know loads of people that have iphones and PCs, myself included. So much so, I assumed noone would think this. It would be interesting to see the stats.
I second it Come on Props, let's light this candle!MarkTarlton wrote: ↑31 May 2019
at least let us have the option to have Neve channels in place of the SSL styled mixer channels. I have always wanted the mixer to be like a 500 series board where you have options to have different mixer channels without using RE's/VST... baked into Reason.
fretshot7 wrote: ↑01 Jun 2019I know loads of people that have iphones and PCs, myself included. So much so, I assumed noone would think this. It would be interesting to see the stats.
I've stated my opinion on these in other threads.
I apologise if I came off as a doomsayer. I do not mean to project disaster to a software I enjoy using. Reason steered me away from Pro Tools which was more work then play.botnotbot wrote: ↑10 Jun 2019Sorry, but I see zero indications of a cannibalized brand nor some sinister influence of evil VC cash in your list.
I've seen point upgrades in other DAWs that are performance updates, and fixing performance that "never should have been an issue" from a previous upgrade cycle. This in a DAW that was supposed to be limber, lean, and easy to update based on it's fresh code.
I agree that to a certain extent version 11 is a make or break moment for them, but again your doomsaying is not warranted. You want a lot more workflow updates, I don't see that happening until they can get their GUI off of the CPU. The raw facts are that each DAW has major outstanding issues of its own and plenty of doomsayers just like you proclaiming that the company responsible has lost its way due to profit motive.
Only because there seems to be this fear that Props are shifting focus from desktop to mobile. If you've ever used any of the Propellerhead apps, they're quite literally advertisements for the desktop version of Reason. They could've made Reason Compact similar to Korg gadget, but they didn't. Instead, it's something that requires exporting to Reason in order to finish a song; to which they cleverly included a free Reason lite version for new accounts. It's marketing.
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