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Sweetwater Listing Studio One As A Favorite DAW
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skinfrakki
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Just kind of cool to see being compared to Pro Tools
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It's definitely going to be the top DAW. It's seriously what people have been looking for, and come v5, v6... it will take over the market.

Glad to be a part of it from the beginning!
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Toth
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By the time V5 rolls around I`ll probably switch to something newer and simpler with less bloat
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Toth wrote:By the time V5 rolls around I`ll probably switch to something newer and simpler with less bloat


lol. I agree. I won't be around by the time V4 or V5 rolls out so I'll just use the non-bloated version we have now
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themuzic wrote: I won't be around by the time V4 or V5 rolls out so I'll just use the non-bloated version we have now


Maybe none of us will... but then again...



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LMike wrote:
themuzic wrote: I won't be around by the time V4 or V5 rolls out so I'll just use the non-bloated version we have now


Maybe none of us will... but then again...






LOL.... Yeah, I like that one. Guess I won't worry about the Market crash in 2013 then...lol
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Jon Samuelson
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themuzic wrote:
Toth wrote:By the time V5 rolls around I`ll probably switch to something newer and simpler with less bloat


lol. I agree. I won't be around by the time V4 or V5 rolls out so I'll just use the non-bloated version we have now


They'll make a bloat free feature loaded DAW that makes everybody happy, simplicity in the GUI, with sophistication and performance under the hood, the best of all worlds combined. O ye of little faith.
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I think the trouble starts when new features start to get integrated into a DAW. StudioOne currently has features most of which were around since it`s inception and were probably planned to be integrated at some point (except maybe ARA). Ten years from now there will be features in DAWs that we can`t even imagine today. I remember using Cubase 15 years ago. Time stretching and audio bending were just a pipedream. I had to do some crazy stuff to take a loops, and make it a different bpm while preserving the pitch. Now, I just hold down ALT and drag the end of the audio event. At that time this way of stretching audio would probably have blown my mind as much as the Melodyne ARA did when v2 was released. In any case, what I am trying to get at is that there will be new technologies in the future that we don`t know about today and integrating them into Studio One will make it awkward or difficult to use, which has happened in other DAWs already.

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Jon Samuelson
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Toth wrote:I think the trouble starts when new features start to get integrated into a DAW. StudioOne currently has features most of which were around since it`s inception and were probably planned to be integrated at some point (except maybe ARA). Ten years from now there will be features in DAWs that we can`t even imagine today. I remember using Cubase 15 years ago. Time stretching and audio bending were just a pipedream. I had to do some crazy stuff to take a loops, and make it a different bpm while preserving the pitch. Now, I just hold down ALT and drag the end of the audio event. At that time this way of stretching audio would probably have blown my mind as much as the Melodyne ARA did when v2 was released. In any case, what I am trying to get at is that there will be new technologies in the future that we don`t know about today and integrating them into Studio One will make it awkward or difficult to use, which has happened in other DAWs already.


But, maybe simplicity is not something that has to be sacrificed in order to provide sophistication and improvement. Does the wheel remain round? Yes. Yet the technologies are complex and enhanced to make it better, while the shape and look remain relatively the same. Men of vision CAN build sophistication into the frame of simplicity if they want to, because if they fail to take away the usability of this DAW, they will have abandoned the foundation from which it came to set itself apart from the competition. People want to be musicians first, and they don't want sophistication to stand in the way of PRODUCTION.

Innovation with simplicity and functionality are the keys to ascension and progress for Studio One.
 
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