Quote Pete Kaine:Quote robinv:
If only you had eyes to see.
I'll make a note on my Newton to bring up this thread again in a couple of years.
Acturly going back to my very first response, I've no doubt that this form factor will become more wide spread in the future once the processing abilitys of the units go up a bit more. As a one purpose device as amplitude proves it's a capable unit in it's current guise but you still can't write a tune on it.
No doubt that will change but we could be looking at half a decade or more before it's remotely viable.
Way before that
But I still stand by my comments that a firm couldn't afford to develop a peice of software like cubase and hope to recoop the money by charging less than £10 a copy for it.
As for selling complicated DAWs for £10, no its probably not the way to go. The real revolution is in how we interact with computers and its happening right now. Think of the iPhone, iPad, Microsoft Kinect, PS3 Move etc. The mouse is a pretty rubbish input device in many respects and its days are numbered.