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Re: Looperlative Too Expensive?
Several times I've suggested to Mark Of The Unicorn
(whom I've given thousands of dollars for software and
hardware) to add feedback control to their POLAR
looping module to be completely ignored. Small non
for profit programmers do it for love and mostly give
it away for free but the bigger commercial companies
view support as an expense that needs to be minimized.
Could they have sold more copies of Digital Performer
if the looper was better? maybe but we'll never know.
--- Jesse Chappell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Jeff wrote Mobius. I wrote SooperLooper. I haven't
> seen too many big
> commercial software looping apps. They seem to be
> written mostly by
> us responsive small-time folks. And considering
> most of us don't make
> much/any money off it, I find that a pretty
> impressive feat.
> On 1/27/06, mark sottilaro
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Really? I've sent emails to many software
> > and never ever had the bugs addressed. What
> > are you using? Maybe small things like
> > are great in this way, but most commercially made
> > software has huge customer support problems.
> > --- jeff larson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > > NEVER. That is surely worth something.
> > >
> > > Are you serious? You apparently don't have much
> > > experience with
> > > looping software. Most of the software I'm
> > > with for
> > > both Mac and PC are maintained by responsive
> > > developers.
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