Skorpius wrote:Thank you for your highly intellectual answer. How boring would such a thread be without someone like you clearing things up and leaving their sarcastic comments on regular answers which follow the netiquette?
Oh, is it 'the netiquette' to disingenously respond to a broad generalisation as though it were literal, and then use quite obviously fallacious arguments to attack it?
I mean Ive seen that 'netiquette' for a while, I just didnt realise it was 'the netiquette'.
If you have problems with other people having other opinions, a forum might not be an ideal place for you to hang around.
Have you considered telling that to the guy I was replying to? I think he's got more of an issue with it than myself, TBH.
Besides, if you attempt to quote me, you'd better do it correctly: I never claimed that any of us was "going to be swayed into thinking every single DAW...
If I attempt to quote you I pretty much will do it correctly, thanks.
But if you're going to attempt to tell me I'm quoting you, you better get it right that I was. And yet, nothing in my post at that point that would highlight it in any way as an attempt to quote you.
Maybe you'd like to read it again.
" I merely said that making an oversimplified statement A is comparable to making another oversimplified statement B. But maybe this was a little too difficult for you to understand?
Nope. Except for the fact that your 'merely saying' compared 'practically the same' to 'the same' didnt it? And then took the opportunity to pounce on a few point sof low-level detail/implementation stuff that was pretty much excluded by the use of 'practically'.
Pretty disingenuous, really.
Last but not least, with regard to the professionalism of the DAW, I go by what products are used in professional studios. T
According to which statistic surveys?
This is a very simple and generally approved benchmark.Now this should not be too difficult to grasp, should it?
How about you provide some references for that benchmark, and we'll see what's difficult to grasp? Let's start with the metric for 'professional studios'.