I realize out-of-the-blue I have been posting like crazy. Please allow me introduce myself . . .
I'm Tommy Zai. I'm an ex-pro music producer originally from NY. I was in a circle of musicians dubbed "cyberpunks." I later studied in Dublin, Ireland. Moved to CA. Became a counselor/educator for "at risk" individuals using creative methods like music to reach, teach, and heal. I continued my work in China. I moved back and forth between various provinces in China and areas of the USA (Portland, Phoenix, NY, Tucson, and Prescott). Along the way I began reviewing audio gear as well as table tennis equipment and other sports gear. I have well over 100 reviews bouncing around the internet and many on KVR. My biggest gear junky quest has been to find a workflow that is easy to use, yet powerful enough and inspires . . . in and out of the classroom. I've spent hundreds and hundreds of hours learning, demoing, reviewing DAWs. I abandoned MuLab several years ago, and in truth I don't remember exactly why. I do know that I was in Asia and I had various internet problems, which prevented me from getting tech support. Anyway, I bounced from DAW to DAW and here I am . . . giving MuLab another go. I'm encouraged by the development, especially what's anticipated with v8. I enjoy "championing" people, products, and service. If MuLab v8 works out for me I will do my best to help spread the word and move this find DAW up the ladder! To all those who stuck with ML over the years, my hat is off to you (if I wore a hat). Thanks for the nice welcome. I'm a grateful user and proud to be a member of this community.
If anyone is curious about some of many zany music projects, please PM me. I'm also looking for help in remixing and cleaning up old tracks. ;-0