Louigi Verona wrote:1. You continue to stick to it and get used to it and get more and more into it. I have used FL Studio for 7 years and today I am a specialist. I know lots and lots of tricks, I can do a lot of complex stuff with it. And it means with each day it would be tougher to switch to libre software.
Louigi Verona wrote:2. By using proprietary software you involuntarily promote it among other musicians, who, if impressed by your work, would ask what tools you are using. It is bad enough that most musicians in the world are stuck with proprietary software, developers of which tell you you are a criminal if you share it with a friend.
Louigi Verona wrote:Why not use proprietary music software?
I firmly believe that music tools should be in the hands of the people, not in the hands of several developers, who command you and would want you to stick with their business reasoning. Companies like Ableton and Image Line might deliver high quality products, but they do not deliver high quality freedom.
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