Feb 25, 2009

Sheep-DAW: Intro

Fact no.1: Music software with all the bells and whistles is expensive.
Fact no.2: Music software without bells and whistles is often cheap or free.
Fact no.3: Music software without bells and whistles is often less user friendly.

In the end, music software/tools is not a substitute for lack of creativity (although yours truly often searches new tools to do that... so I'm casting away any innocence pretensions on my behalf here).

I'll be creating a series of posts, each dedicated to a single tool (sequencer, utilities, VSTi's, FX, etc)
You - the reader will try to post your choices for each tool.
The objective is to achieve a basic "Best Cheap DAW Set-up Guidelines"
(also, a nice funky acronym for this purpose is kindly welcome: for now I'll just call it Sheep-DAW)


Ross's second coming..

... has finally arrived!!

Audiomulch 2 is upon us!!!

Go check it out here and cross your fingers it's as good as we hope it to be!!

I've been out for quite some time due to personal constraints, but expect some news in the following days!!

I'll try to test a almost free set-up (DAW) in the next posts with low-cost/free VST hosts, sequencers and instruments/utilities.

The reason is that there are peanut-priced tools that are currently available to do what 99% of musicians achieve.

Help screw the music software corporatism once and for all.