I disagree. Of course this is not a general audio forum here, it is an Acustica one, but we share experiences among Acustica users, regarding the host for our plugz. It makes sense. If you don't like it, don't read it. I agree it could be in "General forum / Other things". I agree with Stedal and you regarding one matter, though : it must not be a fight, an ego battle, but a sharing of experiences, as a forum must be. I started this on the Amethyst forum, commenting JFJer who wants to change DAW, simple as that. So let me say it again : I do better mixes on Samplitude. Does it "sound better" ? Think so, but don't see this as the main point. I, personnaly, do better mixes with it. That's my own experience. Is it the audio engine, the workflow, the efficiency, a little bit of this or that, the fun I'm having with it, all of this together, I don't know. What I do know, is that the sound is precise and accurate, and therefore serves very well the mojo and vibe Nebula is bringing to the table. That was my main statement : these two compliment very well each other. Hence the relvance in this forum.DeNto wrote:dpclarkson wrote:Oh no!! Can this topic move to a different location,
GS for instance?
And I also think that it makes no sense to discuss it here.
As already mentioned, strongly different experiences come together here.
What I mean is the following.
If you ask some people if there is a difference between Navy and the FG73 on lets say gearslutz the thread history will be absolutely the same because strongly different experiences come together.
One will say this one is better, the other will say NO the other one is better. And a third one will say no you are all wrong they are the same and then again an other will say bla bla bla i don´t even care...
The most opinions will not be based on own experiences.
So Guys get your own opinion and check it yourself.
Now, to answer the practical questions : yes, it works really well on bootcamp, and I don't know how it compares to Reaper regarding efficiency. And as this must not be a Samnplitude-only forum, the community is very helpful on their own forum.
Happy mixing to everyone, and brothers and sisters let's just share !