I'm a little more optimistic about it. Remember BeatMaker 1.0?
That was a toy. You couldn't get something finished with it.
Compared to BeatMaker 2.4.2 it feels like lightyears of improvements.
So Cubasis 1.0 came up as a DAW that offers MIDI and Audio from the very
beginning, which are the two most important elements a DAW has to offer.
Everything else, like new FX or sounds, can be added later on.
The basis is here. Let's see how they build upon it.
Plus in Germany we say 'Gut Ding will Weile haben'.
I don't know how to translate this correctly.
But I'd rather wait for a working update than getting
one that has to be fixed over and over again.
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