I fully agree with you. However, ways to fix damage done:sysrqer wrote:That's a fair point but I think just using hearsay or lies in your review is pretty bad for everyone. For example, now anyone who posts on reddit will probably be linked to something suggesting Ardour crashes without doing anything which is very inaccurate and damaging for Ardour. Not to mention the inaccuracies which have been highlighted about qtractor, nor the falsities about the others - for example, renoise does currently have a slow release schedule but there was an update to it just a month or two ago, it does what it does extremely well.tavasti wrote: Normal case, if you want something decent you have to make it yourself
I believe no review would be better than such a falsified and misleading one because if you have no information you can discover what is good but if you are told mistruths from the beginning you might not ever even get started.
- Go and comment on that reddit thread, fix false comments
- Write own, larger & better review, so that it is the best linux daw review. I've started my own try, but my progress is slow due lack of time, and I am such a novice in using any daw, so results are next to nothing. http://cargocollective.com/tavasti/Selecting-Linux-DAW