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I'm really happy with MuLab now!

SparkySpark
KVRian
 
821 posts since 30 Aug, 2004, from Skövde, Sweden

Postby SparkySpark; Tue Nov 07, 2017 3:44 pm I'm really happy with MuLab now!

Actually I don't need much more from MuLab - it's a truly great tool as it is!

It's way more flexible and fun to use than most DAWs, and A LOT easier and more logical to use than Reaper.

I have two threads on usability suggestions (viewtopic.php?f=79&t=487488 for MuLab and viewtopic.php?f=79&t=493986 for MUX), but functionality-wise, I'm really super happy with MuLab!

Being an educator, here are a few points where I think MuLab shines in an educational setting:
- Excellent value – not expensive + great free version
- Really efficient workflow
- …thus very easy to work with
- MUX – great sounding synths and effects included
- No need of installation – run from flash drive or user area
- Runs on both Windows and Mac

Go MuLab! :)
Making music is a nine-to-five job:
From 9 PM to 5 AM.
Go MuLab!
antoniaz
KVRist
 
54 posts since 31 Oct, 2006

Postby antoniaz; Wed Nov 08, 2017 12:05 pm Re: I'm really happy with MuLab now!

SparkySpark wrote:Actually I don't need much more from MuLab - it's a truly great tool as it is!

It's way more flexible and fun to use than most DAWs, and A LOT easier and more logical to use than Reaper.

I have two threads on usability suggestions (viewtopic.php?f=79&t=487488 for MuLab and viewtopic.php?f=79&t=493986 for MUX), but functionality-wise, I'm really super happy with MuLab!

Being an educator, here are a few points where I think MuLab shines in an educational setting:
- Excellent value – not expensive + great free version
- Really efficient workflow
- …thus very easy to work with
- MUX – great sounding synths and effects included
- No need of installation – run from flash drive or user area
- Runs on both Windows and Mac

Go MuLab! :)


I fully agree on the fact that, for educational purposes, MuLab is the best solution.
Actually, there are a few simpler and nice products around, but they are targeting very basic users only.
MuLab, on the other hand, may fit a space for experienced musicians too.
SparkySpark
KVRian
 
821 posts since 30 Aug, 2004, from Skövde, Sweden

Postby SparkySpark; Thu Nov 09, 2017 9:30 am Re: I'm really happy with MuLab now!

Yes, especially my programming students like it because they understand the OO paradigm which is the root of sequencer modularity.
Making music is a nine-to-five job:
From 9 PM to 5 AM.
Go MuLab!

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