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>>1499>if they did that i'd be done with shitdows
Same. The lack of music capabilities is the only reason I haven't switched.>they're ways supposedly to get fl studio working on linux but it looks needlessly complicated and not fully functional.
Yeah, it's completely useless as far as recording from hardware. That's what kills it for me. It might be usable overall depending on your needs, but in the little time I used it it just felt off to me.>how do you jump into hardware? seems pretty expensive compared to the 0 dollars you'll spend on making music on the computer, and not as efficient due to limitations of gear.
I started by buying relatively cheap digital synths from the '80s and '90s after learning to program DX7 sounds with Dexed. Pretty soon I'm going to get a fancy flight case and put together my rack unit collection.
I think that vintage digital synths are pretty underrated. FM synths are really versatile, and the sample-based synths are capable of nice pads and atmospheric sounds despite having lots of cheesy sounds. Link related is one I love. The interfaces on these old rack synths stink to high heaven, but you can get a cheap iPad (gay, I know) and Patchbase and really go to town. I think the prices for these synths are going to start rising pretty soon. Some of the ones I've looked at are already more expensive than I remember them being a while ago, so I'm trying to finish up my collection.
I've got a couple analog synths and don't really feel like I need any more, but I am going to get a new hardware sampler.>>1501
lel, I knew someone would give me shit over that.