Bredo wrote:I have dared more than one on this forum to PM me with their info, in an attempt to discuss important matters on equal terms. Not one has taken the challenge. Go figure.
thermionic wrote:Sometimes I'm staggered by the expectations, demands and moans of certain self-proclaimed professionals, and others, on here. I started with Pro-24/Atari and was THRILLED to be able to program drums and no longer be dependent on lame TR-707 loops. As far as I'm concerned, since those early days Steinberg have increasingly provided me with useful ways to while away the time between making a bob or two, the features and sheer power offered by Cubase in 2013 are WILDLY beyond anything anyone could have imagined in the early years. I made a living writing midi files in the 80's - no DAW has ever surpassed Cubase's midi implementation.
How can Freddie's post possibly have been seen by some as provocative? Thanks to him I've looked again at my old XP tweaks, turned my AERO back on and background services to programs - stability and performance have improved as a result. I really LIKE Freddie, and Cubase too - all you moaners should sort out your own systems before accusing Steinberg of writing anything but GREAT software.
Bredo wrote:I looked at that website some time ago, but then you had another forum name. I saw some links and references to some known writers, of which you had taken your name.
For sure, the most talented and creative artistes I've produced are the least interested in the technology!
Do you know what dealing with some people can be like ?
Bredo wrote:That's the ultimate cowardness, low as you can get IMO.
That was the point. .