A beautiful idea that seems to work for some people. I wish to use MuLab but It appears to me to be missing some crucial features. The documentation is very poor not to mention incomplete. I have yet to find a review from a known site such as sonic state. I am unable to sync this software to anything and unable to get support. J'apprécie les clowns au cirque que je les renvois dans l'entreprise.
I agree that the MuTools documentation could be better and there certainly is a lack of YouTube coverage. However, you have to appreciate that MuTools is a one-man show. FL has a huge user base, famous EDM endorsers and a team of developers / marketing people .. I (for no particular reason) bought FL Studio when I already had MuLab. I much prefer MuLab for many reasons. It's lightweight, good on CPU and extremely powerful once you understand the modules. If there's something you need, there's usually a module which will do it. Problem is.. people don't know this. There's so much to MuLab / MUX. Marketing and awareness is the problem.
Great admiration for a one or even a few man development team. I do have great admiration for MULab creator when I found out he is the founder and only developer. There are pros and cons to a one only developer. I moved on to Reaper and have not looked back. My interest in mostly in a DAWless creative environment. I decided over a year ago that I was not going to try to figure out tutorials that had no sound so I then moved on like others have done.