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Studio One DAW console (mixer) upgrade to look more professional
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_mafiao
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Were going to need a more professional console in the studio DAW but also abel to keep using the old console for people that don't like progress also color scheme is very important for some as quick reconition of where you are in the DAW please consider this thank you
mrpicholas
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And punctuation too we need periods and commas and question marks and things like that to make reading posts easier on the eyes and on the brain too without adding too much complicated stuff but to make requests and comments easier to understand and to get information across easier to all of the people who read them and some of them comment and try to help each other out and sometimes people don't quite get what they're saying but it still helps someone but with punctuation it could even help more people and capital letters are sometimes helpful too
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mwright137
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"More professional" is a pretty vague specification. Besides, professionalism is more about how you use the tool than how it looks. Are you saying that a hammer needs redesigned because it doesn't LOOK right? Does it pound nails? Yes.
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CTStump
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Although I'm with adding GUI customization(colors, etc.) I agree with Mr Wright a "Professional" look is not what Studio One is missing. I've seen a lot more that don't have any thing close to the present capabilities fall way short of Studio One in that department.

Unfortunately with nit picking and obscure requests as the new norm Studio One as with any DAW is not immune with all the power the standard DAW's have available these days.

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